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The myrtle: the everlasting love plant

The myrtle: the everlasting love plant. article read on lastregadelsud.wordpress.com written by Valentina Lisci Spina As ever this year I witnessed heated debates on the fruit picking, herbs, flowers, berries ...
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mangia che ti fanno bene le fave eat that are good for you the fava beans copertina-min

Eat that are good for you.. the fava beans

Eat that are good for you.. the fava beans. Article taken from biodiversitapuglia.it by Antonella Berlen Eat, that’s good for you, patiently solicited the grandmother, while the granddaughter was in ...
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A SAN NICOLA OGNI FAVA HA LA TESTA NERA - WHEN IT’S SAINT NICHOLAS EVERY BEAN HAS A BLACK HEAD

WHEN IT’S SAINT NICHOLAS EVERY BEAN HAS A BLACK HEAD

A popular Barese way of saying: “A Sanda Nicol, ogni fav la cape gnore” (“When it’s Saint Nicholas every bean has a black head”) because it is in this period ...
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anno del cibo italiano the year of italian food ita-min

2018 the year of italian food

2018 the year of italian food.  it is a news by Mipaaf – politicheagricole.it and Mibact – beniculturali.it The 2018 Year of Italian Food, will promote the intertwining of art, ...
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Per un futuro a misura di campagna - for a coutryside proofing future

FOR A COUTRYSIDE PROOFING FUTURE

After the economic crisis they began to look carefully at the agriculture, they re-evaluate working in the fields and the quality of peasant life.
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crurock-calcare-bianco mineralità del vino è una metafora the wine's minerality is a metaphor copertina

The wine’s minerality is a metaphor

The wine’s minerality is a metaphor. Article taken from vinopigro.it by Elisabetta Tosi These are interesting times for a philosopher … Some have banished the word from his wine descriptors ...
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UniSalento, CNR and Xylella Fastidiosa Diagnostic

UniSalento, CNR and Xylella Fastidiosa Diagnostic. it is an article by Almanacco della Scienza – cnr.it Unisalento research group and CNR have developed a device for Xylella Fastidiosa Diagnostic. Scientific ...
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Turismo_ l’industria più pesante (e paradossale) del nostro tempo _ Tourism is the heaviest (and paradoxical) industry of our time

TOURISM IS THE HEAVIEST (AND THE MOST PARADOXICAL) INDUSTRY OF OUR TIME

We are living (but, who does know if we really have realized this already?) in the tourism era.
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Why do we have to wait for Black-Friday?

Why do we have to wait for Black Friday? Here are some simple tips for purchasing on-line wine, food and more on Dispensa dei Tipici. Getting discounts does not have ...
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notizie bufala sul cibo fake news food copertina-min

Fake news food

Fake news food.  it is an article from Coldiretti Giovani Impresa – giovanimpresa.coldiretti.it With fake news food, for 3 Italians on 4 scary at table. Three Italians of four (equal ...
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NATURE WAS ONCE USED, NOT EXPLOITED

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Aridoculture and territory. A cue for responsible water management

Aridoculture and territory. A cue for responsible water management.   it is an article by Ergane – ergane.org Water management in agriculture is a major challenge for modern society. Since ...
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