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Rediscovery: Monetary policy often is not sufficient to spark economy

...consequences portend a more tragic outcome: By stifling the formation of small businesses, readers easily can discern that we plant the seeds for slowing future business startups. Little known is that this will act as an added drag on GDP growth and...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2014-07-27/rediscovery-mone
Solutions to overgrown shrub dilemma

It happens all the time. We plant small shrubs in the landscape and initially it looks bare with the plants so far apart and tiny compared to our homes. Fast forward...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/home/gardening/2014-08-07/solutions-overgrown-
What to know about the white flowers that bloom in the fall

...Groundsel responds well to pruning, which can be done during the spring or early summer. When compared to many shrubs we plant, groundsel is considered long-lived as it can last close to 50 years. WATERING THE LAWN/LANDSCAPE: As usual during...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/home/gardening/2013-11-14/what-know-about-whit
'My Hero' children's book tells nurse's story

...die from colon cancer in 1985 led to My Hero, My Dad the Nurse Knocked Out Cancer. "That's a heavy topic, and if we plant the seed when they're young, it may not be a foreign concept (to have checkups) when they are older, or they can...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/aiken/2010-10-01/my-hero-childrens-book-tells-
Aiken | Health | Metro | Health Care
With pruning, tall shrubs can be trees

It is pretty common for some "shrubs" in our landscape to outgrow the size that we anticipated. When we plant them, we are dismayed because our landscapes look so bare and the plants so tiny in comparison with our homes. In a few short...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/home/gardening/2010-08-19/pruning-tall-shrubs-
Gardening
Temperature of soil affects plants' growth

...still plenty of chances for a cold front to come through and kill things off with one last frost.Also, many vegetables we plant are from the tropics, so they dislike cold soils and won't grow well in them.One year I planted a couple of tomatoes...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/home/gardening/2010-04-01/temperature-soil-aff
Gardening | Life
Storm-proofing yard can help you weather storms

...People would avoid a lot of damage by putting the right plant in the right place." A primary example is changing where we plant shade trees, Bryant says. "Recommendations about planting trees near your house for their energy value are good, but...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/10/19/gar_431685.shtml
Gardening
Area's August 'snow' is caused by aphids

...Florida until this year. As the name implies, the aphids cause problems for hackberry trees. Hackberries are not a tree we plant in this area, but plenty of them are growing wild. Hackberries are best described as a tree with a light-gray bark...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/08/17/gar_319393.shtml
Gardening
Don't wait for hot, dry weather to check the irrigation system

...rush Mother Nature and plant too early. How your plants do depends upon the soil temperature. Many of the vegetables we plant are from the tropics, and they don't like cold soils and won't grow well in them. Planting too early, before the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/04/20/ent_313901.shtml
Things to Do
Working for God takes great faith

...us from the mirror.If only we could always see the results from our work. If only we could be certain that the seeds we plant will blossom. But God never promised us our eyes would bear witness to all that he is doing in our lifetime.A believer's...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/your-faith/2011-12-09/working-god-takes-great-