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What is the correct way to use boric acid for eye wash?

Boric acid is an active substance in the form of a colorless crystalline powder. It dissolves well in any liquid. This drug is often used in folk medicine for use in various pathologies of the organs of vision. This drug has long been used for disinfection. But it is necessary to use boric acid with caution, since doctors have identified side effects from the effects of this solution.
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Tulips

Question: Tulips Good afternoon A few months ago I planted tulip bulbs and they already had a small green peg. I planted them and for fear that they would freeze over the earth I put a bit of bark from the flowerbed. But I see that there is still no nineteen coming out of the earth and they should be out of the earth a few centimeters by now ... the doubt is: did I hurt to put the barks?
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Characteristics and description of Klusha tomatoes, growing in open ground and in a greenhouse, photo of fruits

Tomato "Klusha" can rightfully be called an excellent result of the work of domestic breeders. It attracts gardeners with its compact bush, while farmers are impressed by the early ripening of tomatoes. But both those and others note the unique number of fruits in the clusters on the bushes of the plant. Further in the article we will consider a description of this tomato variety, tell you how to grow these tomatoes, what subtleties of agricultural technology will help to get the best result.
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Magnificent tomato "Sensei" - description of the variety, characteristics and photos

Sensei is a great variety for everyone who loves sweet, fleshy, large tomatoes. It is undemanding to care, but loves feeding very much, responding with an excellent harvest. It is grown in greenhouses, under a film or in beds, bears fruit until frost. Read the detailed description of the Sensei variety further in the article, get acquainted with its characteristics and appearance in the photo.
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Apartment plants

Tradescantia

Tradescanzia or Erba miseria The plants of the genus tradescantia are native to the American continent, with species widespread in most of North America, and others widespread in Central America and in the northern part of South America; in Europe they were already imported in 1800, but their success in Italy came only from the second half of the fifties; the first attempts at cultivating this plant in our country date back to this period, where some species are cultivated almost exclusively as houseplants, while others have found a place in the gardens of the southern areas, where they survive without any problem.
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