Making Homemade Bacon (Home Business)

Bacon, as the Wikepedia free encyclopedia defines it, refers to any certain cuts of meat taken from the sides, belly or back of a pig that may be cured and/or smoked. Meat from other animals may also be cured or otherwise prepared to resemble bacon, such as chicken, goat, or turkey bacon. In continental Europe,

2nd Entrepreneur and Franchise Expo 2015

What: 2nd Entrepreneur and Franchise Expo When: June 05-07, 2015 (Friday-Sunday) at the Megatrade Hall 1, Where: 5th Floor, Mega B Building, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City The show will feature 108 top franchise businesses and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) from various business sectors and expects over 15,000 attendees. The event also offers brimming opportunities and

Growing Gmelina (Yemane) and Its Benefits Part 3 Pests

a. Lepidopterous defoliators b. Chrysodeixis chalcites, Archerontia lachesis and Attachus spp. These have been observed seriously infesting seedlings in nurseries and plantations in Nueva Ecija. Their larvae feed occasionally on leaves, leaving only the midribs. Infestation occurs every year. While some plants succumb completely to the attack, some recover to produce new shoots. Control: Spray

Growing Gmelina (Yemane) and Its Benefits Part 2 Sowing

Drying and storage Airdry the seeds for 5 – 7 days. They can be stored with or without fungicide dressing to attain 7% – 8% moisture content at 7°C – 8°C. Seeds stored at room temperature remain viable only for 2 – 3 months. Pregermination Soak seeds in tap water overnight prior to sowing. Sowing

Growing Gmelina (Yemane) and Its Benefits Part 1 Description

Yemane (Gmelina arborea) is known for its very remarkable growth rate. In three years, one can attain a merchantable timber size of 5.8 m – 8.3 m with 10 cm – 15 cm diameter. Likewise, at this age, it is already a prolific seeder. Yemane is a raw material for pulp and paper making, posts,

Goat Raising in the Tropics

Goats play an important role in food production systems in developing countries. Their great popularity can be explained by their good adaptation to many different climates (ecological adaptation) and the many uses for which they can be kept. Goats are especially important in developing countries: in 1981, 96% of the world’s goat population of 496