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  • 4th
  • February
  • 2013
motherearthnewsmag:


Seed Starting Made Simple
Starting seeds indoors is a sure cure for the restlessness that plagues gardeners in the off season. Just follow these basics steps to prevent mistakes, such as damping off or using the wrong seed starting mix, and watch your seedlings — and your savings — grow.


By Vicki Mattern

motherearthnewsmag:

Seed Starting Made Simple

Starting seeds indoors is a sure cure for the restlessness that plagues gardeners in the off season. Just follow these basics steps to prevent mistakes, such as damping off or using the wrong seed starting mix, and watch your seedlings — and your savings — grow.

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Cheetah (by swissnature)

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Cheetah (by swissnature)

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futureveterinarian:

A common problem in companion animals Based on a survey conducted in 2005 among 109 U.S. veterinarians, chronic kidney disease affects, on average, 10.8% of cats and 5.2% of dogs brought in for consultation. •   The term “renal failure” refers to persistent azotemia accompanied by an inability to concentrate urine, usually resulting from a 75% loss of nephron function in both kidneys. •   Kidney disease is a leading cause of death in dogs and cats. 
An insidious process: The downward spiral of renal failure •   Azotemia is defined as an increased concentration of non-protein nitrogenous compounds – usually urea and creatinine – in the blood, resulting from the kidneys’ impaired ability to filter and eliminate waste. •   Current medical management of renal failure consists of supportive and symptomatic therapy designed to address underlying conditions (if known). •   Except for dialysis and kidney transplants, which are not common in veterinary medicine, nothing has been available to specifically focus on the reduction of toxin buildup in the blood… until now. New hope for compromised kidneys through targeted use of beneficial bacteria Introducing Azodyl… •   Breakthrough bacterial product for the reduction of azotemia in dogs and cats. •   Patented formulation of naturally-occurring beneficial bacteria that metabolize and flush out uremic toxins that have diffused into the bowel.•   Supports kidney function by providing natural Enteric Dialysis®. Slows down uremic toxin buildup in the blood and helps prevent further kidney damage. 

futureveterinarian:

A common problem in companion animals 
Based on a survey conducted in 2005 among 109 U.S. veterinarians, chronic kidney disease affects, on average, 10.8% of cats and 5.2% of dogs brought in for consultation. 
•   The term “renal failure” refers to persistent azotemia accompanied by an inability to concentrate urine, usually resulting from a 75% loss of nephron function in both kidneys. 
•   Kidney disease is a leading cause of death in dogs and cats. 

An insidious process: The downward spiral of renal failure 
•   Azotemia is defined as an increased concentration of non-protein nitrogenous compounds – usually urea and creatinine – in the blood, resulting from the kidneys’ impaired ability to filter and eliminate waste. 
•   Current medical management of renal failure consists of supportive and symptomatic therapy designed to address underlying conditions (if known). 
•   Except for dialysis and kidney transplants, which are not common in veterinary medicine, nothing has been available to specifically focus on the reduction of toxin buildup in the blood… until now. 


New hope for compromised kidneys through targeted use of beneficial bacteria Introducing Azodyl… 
•   Breakthrough bacterial product for the reduction of azotemia in dogs and cats. 
•   Patented formulation of naturally-occurring beneficial bacteria that metabolize and flush out uremic toxins that have diffused into the bowel.
•   Supports kidney function by providing natural Enteric Dialysis®. Slows down uremic toxin buildup in the blood and helps prevent further kidney damage. 

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vanswarped:

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  • 3rd
  • February
  • 2013

wealwaysateripetomatoes:

lmfao.

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missmaceymouse:

The most beautiful desserts in the land. 

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