Spring is here and it is the perfect time to start planning for a vegetable garden. Gardening is not only a rewarding experience, but it can also help reduce stress. Imagine working outdoors in your garden on a sunny day and reaping the rewards of harvesting your own healthy produce. If you’ve considered starting your… Continue reading Preparing For Garden Pests This Spring and Summer
Using X-ray computed tomography scans, scientists have produced a 3D model of a spiderlike arachnid that lived some 305 million years ago. But it is missing one crucial feature shared by all modern-day spiders. By Story Hinckley, Staff March 30, 2016 Scientists have described a 305-million-year-old fossilized creature that looks exactly like a modern-day spider. But it is not… Continue reading Where do spiders come from? A tiny, prehistoric ‘almost spider’ offers clues.
Flies Create Your Own Traps Ever hear the old adage “you catch more flies with honey than you do with vinegar?” It isn’t usually used in reference to flies, but it’s true: when you’ve got flies, get some honey. They love sugar and they don’t weigh much, so if you have a sticky, sugary substance… Continue reading Summer Tips for Getting Rid of Flies