Le 13/07/09 par cyrill.e Contrairement à d’autres insectes que l’on trouve à l’intérieur de nos maisons, la mouche peut être considérée comme un nuisible car elle est susceptible de véhiculer de nombreux germes pathogènes. Le mode de vie de la mouche domestique Les mouches apprécient la chaleur, l’humidité et sont attirées par la lumière. Par contre, elles ne supportent pas du tout les conditions ventées. Elles se nourrissent d’une grande variété d’aliments et pondent leurs œufs dans les matières organiques chaudes et humides comme les déchets en décomposition.
En utilisant un produit naturel réellement surprenant : le fonds de café. Ce dernier ne doit pas être réduit pas à la seule notion de déchets organiques à jeter après emploi (dans la bonne poubelle) ; il se prête à de multiples utilisations, du compostage à la crème anticellulite ! Le fonds de café est un excellent fertilisant naturel, riche en substances naturelles. Il s’avère également un parfait exfoliant pour la peau. Il suffit pour cela de l’appliquer sur votre peau mouillée, lors de votre douche, puis de vous masser énergiquement avec, sans oublier de vous rincer ensuite.
Appliqué en compresse, il rend les cheveux bruns plus lumineux. Et il aide à lutter contre la cellulite. Ses atouts ne s’arrête cependant pas là, loin s’en faut. Mr-Plantes - plantes médicinales. Noix de Lavage, comment ça marche ? - Mode d'emploi. Comment faire un jardin en permaculture ? Avant de parler de jardin en permaculture, rappelons que la permaculture est bien plus qu’une nouvelle approche du jardinage, c’est une philosophie de vie où animaux, insectes, êtres humains, plantes et micro-organismes vivent en harmonie dans un environnement sain et auto-suffisant.
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But why are we so protective of our woodlands? It's about the rustling of the leaves and the crunch of twigs underfoot. It's the sensation of the rough bark on your hands and the light dappling into a clearing. Above all, it's a place where nature takes priority over humans. For the vast majority of us, living in towns and cities, visiting a forest is the easiest way to escape our mechanised, wipe-clean, ring-roaded civilisation and properly get back to nature. As the government is finding out, a forest unleashes something deeply primordial in otherwise domesticated, suburban Britons. TreeHugger.com (TreeHugger) Global Justice Ecology Project: GlobalJusticeEcology.org , Hinesburg, VT. Israeli biotech firm says its modified eucalyptus trees can displace the fossil fuel industry by John Vidal, environment editor, The Guardian, Thursday 15 November 2012 GM eucalyptus trees at five-and-a-half years old, grown in a field trial.
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