Maybe the US economy's strength this winter wasn't just weather-related after all. Home construction is near a 3-year high. And factory output has risen in 3 of the year's first 4 months. The data released Wednesday suggest growth in the April-June quarter is off to a good start, helped by falling gas prices and solid hiring gains. Fears of a spring slump are easing.
Makhteshim Agan Group and Control Solutions, Inc. announced that they will continue manufacturing, marketing and sales of their fipronil-based Taurus SC product despite a recent court filing by BASF.
Per Johansson says he heard a roar from his vacationing neighbor's garden in southwestern Sweden late Tuesday and went to have a look.
When you have a reputation for being accident-prone, there are some things you should probably avoid. But tree surgeon Tom Connelly didn't heed the warning signs – and nearly beheaded himself in an horrific chainsaw accident.
When Consumer Reports first tested lawn mowers in 1957, we judged eight of the 30 rotary models Not Acceptable because they discharged clippings, rocks, and other objects high off the ground and even toward the operator's face. Mowers have become a lot safer since then, thanks to standard that became law in 1982. Now when our technicians test mowers they can concentrate on performance rather than ducking for cover.
ET Water Systems, a Novato, Calif.-based green technology services company that specializes in water conservation, management, and Smart irrigation control, announced that the company has closed a $2 million investment round.
Higher demand for organically grown foods has farmers seeking new methods to increase crop yields and reduce weeds without the use of chemicals. One very practical solution uses a readily available resource and requires no additional costs or time-consuming weeding and cultivating. It is, simply, maximizing the light of the sun.
Aquatrols, the source of products that help greenkeepers and growers optimize soil water management and conserve water, has been a significant contributor to the recently launched new Golf Environment Organisation (GEO) website.
Chrysler LLC filed for bankruptcy Thursday. But a deal has been reached to combine the company with Fiat in order to allow Chrysler to stay in business.
By Brian Maffly, The Salt Lake Tribune Three years ago, federal officials turned loose a hungry Asian beetle...