Archive for February 11, 2014
Keeping your place of business clean and sanitized is very important to the health of your employees and clients. Work spaces should be sanitized on a regular basis to prevent the spread of germs and bacteria that can cause sickness and disease. Approximately one in three American workers go to work when they are sick and can spread germs. The dirtiest items in a typical office include computer keyboards and mice, sinks, vending machines, and refrigerators. The average keyboard, desk, and computer chair harbor an estimated 21,000 germs per square inch. In fact, the typical office desk holds 100 times more germs than the average kitchen table. Your office should be cleaned on a regular basis using all purpose disinfectants and other disinfectant products. Any public areas such
“To nurture a garden is to feed not just on the body, but the soul,” the English poet Alfred Austin once said. Gardening has been a popular hobby throughout the ages, and it’s been picking up traction in recent years. People are looking for inexpensive hobbies, ways to pay less for fresh produce, and have an increased interest in knowing where their food comes from, and how it was raised.
About 55 million households have tried growing edible plants in the past four years. Sometimes, growing vegetables, fruits and herbs isn’t as intuitive as people would think. Like with anything, there is a learning curve, as well as helpful tips and tricks that can help you avoid easy mistakes. Here are a few edible landscaping tips for beginners.
The Top Five Easiest Edible Plants to Grow: Great S