Planting and growing potatoes is easy. Store the extra potatoes from the previous year in a cool dark place so they grow eyes for the next year's planting.
To reduce chance of disease, plant potatoes in new organic soil if using the previous year's location. Also, use certified seed that's disease resistant.
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an exerpt from 1994 that is still true today. We have not done enough to change things
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Basic cell converts water to gas (brown gas/HHO) Its flammable and can be used for cars, torches and many other uses. Free power for everyone! H2O
Future City of Highlands Ranch renewable energy research project to explore creative ways to reduce the 90,000 residents dependence on 3rd party energy sources. Using wind, solar, bio gas, hydrogen, and natural gas.
The Lexus IS-F is looking to go to DTM for some hardcore racing, the Porsche Panamera goes green with a hybrid powerplant, and scientists find a way to recycle Carbon Dioxide from emissions to create a new fuel source. Hosted by Derek DeAngelis.
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Here I show you three voltaic cells arranged in a battery to give +3 volts which can be used to run a simple device, bulb, etc. The potential increases with every cell you add in series.
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Reducing the nation's dependence on foreign oil was a major aspect of President Bush’s State of the Union address. Car manufacturers are on their way to making that goal a reality - creating vehicles that can run on a variety of energy sources. General Motors plans to produce 400,000 flexible fuel engine vehicles this year. The vehicles are able to run on gasoline that is made of 85 percent ethanol, normal gasoline or any combination thereof. Ethanol is a renewable resource that can be made from crops like sugar cane, corn or potatoes. Bio-fuels like ethanol are also good for the environment - reducing carbon dioxide emissions and other pollutants. There are currently about 600 service stations in the U.S. that offer 85 percent ethanol fuel - nearly twice as many as two years ago. Many states and the federal government are rolling out incentives for more service stations to make the fuel available.
Bob Dinneen, President & CEO, Renewable Fuels Association; Elizabeth Lowery, VP of Environment and Energy, General Motors Other factors, including the price of gasoline, are to blame -- more than the demand for corn for ethanol -- for rising food prices.
Early in the spring, German company Heico Sportive, based outside Frankfurt, presented a very different idea for Volvo Cars as to how an existing Volvo S80 could be given a completely different look. The goal was to create something daring and sporty at the same time as wanting to display a car with a really powerful engine that also radiates a genuine feeling of luxury. And Volvo Cars really loved Heicoâ��s plans, which suddenly meant that what had previously just been a wild idea, was to become a real show car at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. In just 3 months, but at an amazingly high pace, they succeeded here in Germany with the task of transforming a completely normal Volvo S 80 into something that has now become an S 80 performance with a very unusual aluminum look and whatâ��s more, a bio-ethanol engine with 350 brake horse power. For Volvo Cars this has been a really exciting way of developing an existing model into something completely new.
With over 12,000 visitors, Hybridfest 2007 was a fun educational event promoting awareness and understanding of hybrid electric cars, and their environmental & economic benefits.
Mantorp, Sweden - Robert Dahlgren, Driver, Polestar Volvo Original Racing; Derek Crabb, Director of Motorsport, Volvo Car Corporation Despite heavy rain during the 2007 final of the Sweden Touring Car Championship (STCC), Robert Dahlgren, driver of Volvo's E85-powered S60, secures silver with a second-place victory. He is the only driver to drive a bioethanol-powered racing car throughout the season. Continuing its green initiatives, Volvo Cars has announced a three-year development program for an E85-fueled C30, which will replace the S60 racing car next season.
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Emerson Fittipaldi's professional racing days are behind him, but he has a new passion: ethanol fuel. In this video, the racing legend talks about his work with ethanol and how it compares with traditional gasoline. Fittipaldi also talks about the benefits of E85, which is a combination of 85% gasoline and 15% ethanol.