Purple Heart Homes, The Home Depot Foundation, and Bank of America Announce Purple Heart Homes Inaugural Family Day

1st annual event being held May 18, 2019 to celebrate the life of Dale Beatty and to honor the Service Connected Disabled Veterans served by Purple Heart Homes

STATESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, May 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — May 16, 2019, Statesville, North Carolina. Purple Heart Homes (PHH) (www.phhusa.org) is pleased to announce its’ inaugural Family Day, the first of an annual event that celebrates the many Service Connected Disabled and Aging Veterans that the organization has served since its’ inception in 2008. All PHH-served Veterans and their families are invited to join the PHH staff and their families, along with the community. The event will be held on Saturday, May 18, 2019 at the PHH headquarters from 8:00am-8:00pm. Together with Bank of America and the Home Depot Foundation, we invite everyone to join us for a day of fun, food, and entertainment.

This year, Family Day will celebrate the life of Dale Beatty, Co-Founder of Purple Heart Homes, who passed away in 2018. The event will begin at 8:00am with the building of raised garden boxes for PHH’s Patriot Memorial Garden. Food will be grown in these boxes and offered to the community in memory of Dale and Jerry, who were avid gardeners and shared their bounties with the people of Statesville. Boxes will also be available for purchase. A celebration starting at 12:00 pm will include live music by Rockie Lynne, Outlaw 21 – for which Dale played drums, Down the Mountain, and Jewell’s Harp, featuring Dale’s cousin Jewell Waldrup. A kid’s zone will feature inflatables, kid's characters Moana, Jasmine, and Captain America, fire trucks, rescue and military vehicles, and tethered balloon rides, food vendors, and a beer garden will be available for all to enjoy. Admission is free (vendors will charge patrons for food and drinks). All funds raised will benefit the Beatty Children’s College Fund.

John Gallina, CEO and Co-Founder of Purple Heart Homes, is delighted to launch the first of this annual event in memory of his friend, partner, and battle buddy Dale Beatty and his father Jerry. “It’s a fitting event for them,” he said. “Dale and Jerry were committed to the Service Connected Disabled Veterans of our nation, loved to garden, and their generosity with their harvest was well known in our community. They would be proud and pleased to have this gathering for children and adults, offering up food, fun, music, and the raised gardening boxes. Please join us for an action- packed, exhilarating day.”

Saturday, May 18, 2019 8:00am-8:00pm Purple Heart Homes Headquarters 755 Washington Avenue, Statesville, North Carolina For more information please call 704.838.4044

More than 4 million Service Connected Disabled Veterans live in the United States today (U.S. Census Bureau, https://www.census.gov/newsroom/facts-for- features/2017/veterans-day.html), and over 50 percent of veterans 65 years of age and older live in homes built in or before the 1950’s and 1960’s that often are no longer suited to meet their needs because of their ages and disabilities.

Please join Purple Heart Homes and its partners in thinking about the value that a safe and accessible home brings to our veterans, who have sacrificed so much for each of us. Please consider donating to Purple Heart Homes, joining its’ Hearts of Honor Club, volunteering for a project, or starting a Chapter in your community. There are so many more of these veterans who need our help. Visit www.phhusa.org to learn more about how you can help Purple Heart Homes in its mission to provide housing solutions for Service Connected Disabled and Aging Veterans.

About Purple Heart Homes Purple Heart Homes is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded by Dale Beatty and John Gallina, two Iraq combat-wounded veterans on a mission to provide housing solutions for Service Connected Disabled and Aging Veterans that are substantial in function, design and quality. Purple Heart Homes has two programs: Veterans Aging in Place (VAIP), which encompasses the Operation Veterans Home Renovation Project (OVHR), and The Veterans Home Ownership Program (VHOP). From building a ramp for wheelchair-bound veterans to providing home ownership opportunities to veterans with physical as well as invisible injuries, Purple Heart Homes’ programs are designed out of necessity and fit the specific needs of veterans of all ages and from all eras, helping them to live and age in place, in their own safe, accessible and sustainable homes. For more information, visit www.phhusa.org. Purple Heart Homes – Improving Veterans’ Lives One Home at a Time.

About The Home Depot The Home Depot Foundation works to improve the homes and lives of U.S. veterans, train skilled tradespeople to fill the labor gap and support communities impacted by natural disasters. Since 2011, the Foundation has invested more than $250 million in veteran causes and improved more than 41,000 veteran homes and facilities in 4,000 cities. In 2018, the Foundation committed an additional $250 million to veteran causes taking the total to half a billion by 2025.

To learn more about The Home Depot Foundation and see Team Depot in action, visit thd.co/community and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @teamdepot and on Facebook at facebook.com/teamdepot.

About Bank of America Bank of America has a long history of serving our troops. It has been providing financial services to military personnel since 1920 and currently serves more than two million active or veteran military households. Bank of America operates military banking facilities overseas in 10 countries, including 70 banking centers and more than 300 ATMs, managed through a contract with the Department of Defense. They currently employ more than 10,000 veterans, Guard, and Reservists; hired more than 5,000 veterans since 2011, and over the next several years will maintain that pace. Bank of America’s efforts to help revitalize communities and support the housing needs of those who have served and sacrificed for our nation furthers our commitment. They have donated more than 2,300 homes nationwide to military veteran-support charities like Purple Heart Homes. To learn more about Bank of America’s support of our service members and veterans, visit bankofamerica.com/militarysupport.
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A PLACE CALLED HOME AND URBAN FARMING HOST HEALTH AND GARDEN EXPO TO PROMOTE HEALTHY LIVING IN SOUTH LOS ANGELES

Expo attendees are treated to healthy food

An Expo attendee claims her raffle prize

Expo provides free mobile clinics, health and wellness workshops, cooking and gardening demonstrations, and immigration consultations on May 11

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, May 9, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — South Central nonprofit A Place Called Home (APCH) and nonprofit Urban Farming join forces on May 11 to present APCH’s seventh annual Health and Garden Expo (H.A.G.E.). This event will include free mobile clinics, health and wellness workshops, free vegetable plants, cooking and gardening demonstrations, immigration consultations, healthy food, raffle prizes and more to provide the South Los Angeles community with tools, resources and a taste of a healthy lifestyle. H.A.G.E. is free of charge and open to the public. More than 1,000 people are expected to attend.

Attendees will receive access to basic preventative services and screenings for hypertension, cholesterol, and diabetes, as well as mammography and vision exams; have the opportunity to enroll in a low-cost or free health care coverage program offered by participating local healthcare providers; and attend informational panels intended to increase awareness of the services and programs that APCH and partner organizations provide year-round.

The Expo also features free immigration consultations, fitness classes, CPR workshops, demonstrations on how to prepare nutritious and economical meals, and presentations on the benefits of homegrown food, proper eating habits, sustainable living and urban agricultural practices. In addition, the farmers market will offer free healthy food options for attendees.

As part of its commitment to improving well-being in South Los Angeles, APCH maintains three organic gardens in the neighborhood and distributes thousands of pounds of produce and dry goods throughout the year.

“In a community where many families can’t readily access fresh fruits and vegetables and often can’t afford essential health services, our H.A.G.E. event will provide resources to support participants in embracing healthy living. If more folks in our community ate well and exercised, they could reduce their risk of diabetes, obesity, and other chronic health conditions that are, sadly, all too common in low-income communities,” APCH Executive Director Jonathan Zeichner said.

Attendees will enjoy entertainment, food and raffle prizes, including a grill and patio set, each valued at more than $500. Urban Farming, who joins H.A.G.E. for the first time, is providing the prizes for the main raffle, and one dozen free vegetable plants to the first 250 guests. Children can play in the “Kid’s Fun Zone,” which features games and an exclusive football clinic from the Los Angeles Rams.

Event sponsors include Anthem Blue Cross and Delaware North, who will give a live cooking demonstration.

H.A.G.E. will be held at the APCH Main Campus from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 11, 2019. APCH is located at 2830 S. Central Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90011.

For more information, please call the Health and Garden Expo hotline at (323) 238-2614, or email events@apch.org.

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About A Place Called Home
A Place Called Home (APCH) provides a safe, nurturing environment with proven programs in arts, education, and wellness for the young people in South Central Los Angeles to help them improve their economic conditions and develop healthy, fulfilling and purposeful lives. Since its founding in 1993, APCH has directly served more than 20,000 youth members through its core school day, after school and summer programming, and over 150,000 local residents through family and supportive services including food, clothing, and holiday toy distributions, counseling, voter education, and community organizing. For more information, visit apch.org.

Media Contact:
Taryn Burks, Communications & Marketing Manager
e: tburks@apch.org | p: (323) 232-7653 ext. 3217 | c: (951) 378-9900

About Urban Farming
Founded by recording artist/author Taja Sevelle in 2005, the non-profit organization Urban Farming began by installing hundreds of community gardens around the United States. Currently, the organization provides plants, seeds, and various gardening resources to individuals, families, and communities who wish to grow their own food, as well as providing assistance to existing community gardens. There are now over 65,000 gardens around the world that are a part of the Urban Farming Global Food Chain. More than just a gardening organization, Urban Farming promotes Seven Healthy Principles: Healthy Thinking, Healthy Eating, Healthy Communication, Healthy Fitness, Healthy Finances, Healthy Education, and Healthy Families. 

Media Contact:
Les Daggs, Business Development 
e: ld@urbanfarming.org | p: (626) 394-6541

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5 Tips for Looking your Best at any Age – advice from Plastic Surgeon Dr. Tansar N. Mir

Dr Tansar Mir, New York, on television show The Doctors

Dr Tansar Mir, New York, on television show The Doctors

Dr Tansar Mir operating on a patient in a publicized case, photograph by Susan Watts, New York Daily News

Dr Tansar Mir operating on a patient in a publicized case, photograph by Susan Watts, New York Daily News

Dr Tansar Mir, New York, on television show The Doctors

Dr Tansar Mir, New York, on television show The Doctors

Dr Tansar N Mir, New York, on Dr Oz Show

Dr Tansar N Mir, New York, on Dr Oz Show

Website of Dr Tansar N Mir, New York

Website of Dr Tansar N Mir, New York

While cosmetic surgery can give you dramatic improvements in your appearance even as you get older, don't forget about “maintenance” for your body and mind.

Tansar Mir, MD – Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (N/A:N/A)

Taking care of your body will improve your overall well-being and appearance, as well as the results of any plastic surgery. You have to do your part, too, to look your best at any age.”

— Dr. Tansar Mir, Plastic Surgeon in New York

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, May 7, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Taking care of your body will improve your overall well-being and appearance, as well as the results of any plastic surgery. As we all age, there are limitations as to what plastic surgery alone can do for you. You have to do your part, too, to look your best at any age. Plastic Surgeon Dr. Tansar Mir explains in a new article. The complete article will be available on Dr. Mir’s blog at https://tansarmirmd.home.blog/

Did you know that September is "Healthy Aging® Month"? The term was coined in by the company’s executive director and the magazine’s editor-in-chief, Carolyn Worthington. This event is now in its second decade, and it is still going strong. Ms. Worthington created this recurring event to tell anybody above age 45 that there’s still time to change habits and take control of one’s health.

Aging has been long given a negative connotation. A few common “aging fears” are:

* Declining health
* Self image
* Running out of financial means
* Not being able to do certain tasks on their own such as drive or run errands like grocery shopping
* Death in the family
* Fear of falling
* Living alone
* Inability to manage daily living activities
* Isolation or loneliness
* Loss of independence
* Getting care from strangers

Think of healthy aging as a process that involves your body, mind, and soul. Following are five tips of healthy aging that you should follow to look and feel your best.

Active Lifestyle

Many people shy away from exercise. Sometimes, even a walk in the park appears to be a challenge. When we say “be active,” what we actually mean is any of your favorite physical activity such as walking, gardening, swimming, or yoga. As long as you are moving and remaining physically active, it will be counted as exercise.

Eat Right

Eat plenty of vegetables and fruits, decrease sodium intake, limit the intake of alcoholic drinks, consume small serving sizes, and eliminate processed foods from your diet. The more colorful your plate, the more energized you will feel throughout the day.

Prevention

Are you prone to tripping and falling? Aging brings about many problems such as frequent falls, failing eyesight, and forgetfulness. Along with regular medical checkups, make some changes in your house. Clear the rooms of excessive furniture and install handle bars to prevent falls.

Sleeping enough

Get at least 7 to 9 hours of sleep. Sleep deficiency may lead to problems in memory, immune system, and concentration. It can also cause Alzheimer’s disease according to the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation.

Stress Reduction

Identify your stress triggers and find ways to reduce them. Seek therapy if you cannot handle the pressure on your own. A few tricks that can help you reduce your stress levels include journaling, listening to music, and doing a favorite activity.

If you start by making small changes, you won’t feel overwhelmed. You will immediate feel the change in your body, and including these tips in your regular routine will become quite easy.

About Dr. Tansar Naveed Mir, New York

Dr. Tansar N. Mir is a plastic & reconstructive surgeon in New York. Dr. Mir received his Doctorate of Medicine with Recognition in Research from the State University of New York at Stony Brook School of Medicine after graduating from Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with his Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience. Dr. Mir completed his internship and residency in General Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, NY and his residency/fellowship in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery with the Long Island Plastic Surgical Group through Nassau University Medical Center. Dr. Mir is a double board-certified Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon who is certified by the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Plastic Surgery.

References:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/tansarmir/
https://tansarmirmd.home.blog/
https://medicogazette.com/dr-tansar-n-mir%2C-ny
https://hippocratesguild.com/dr-tansar-n-mir
https://www.doctoroz.com/episode/caught-act-oz-investigates-butt-enhancement-black-market?video_id=4752832053001
https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/woman-bad-butt-injections-helped-manhattan-surgeon-article-1.2260467
https://newyork.cbslocal.com/2015/06/17/butt-augmentation-reversal-surgery-sophelay-ouk/
https://nypost.com/2019/02/16/the-shocking-rise-of-dangerous-and-illegal-black-market-butt-lifts/
https://www.today.com/health/plastic-surgery-mishaps-women-speak-out-about-procedures-gone-wrong-t37291
https://www.yahoo.com/news/woman-apos-transformation-back-alley-201020983.html
https://karimagordonfoundation.org/beware-illegal-butt-injections/
https://karimagordonfoundation.org/the-danger-of-butt-injections/
http://www.nbcnews.com/id/57530764/ns/technology_and_science-science/t/illegal-silicone-butt-injections-cause-host-health-problems/#.XKkb2phKg2w

Videos:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSIUivE7mVo
The Doctors Television Show: Earlier this year we met Dakota who was disfigured by black market silicone butt injections. Watch as plastic surgeon Dr. Tansar Mir performs her silicone removal surgery. To see how the procedure transformed Dakota’s life, see this video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJIkM5iGaSs
Stony Brook University: Tansar Mir, MD '04 Plastic Surgeon, Tansar Mir Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

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The Clearwater Community Volunteers Center Helps Community Go Organic with Gardening Workshop

Gardening Workshop sponsored by CCV Center

Jai McFall gardening workshop. A April 6th workshop was hosted by the Church of Scientology-sponsored Clearwater Community Volunteers Center.

Our environment is our home. Ms. McFall is donating her time to local families so they can have the information they need to reduce chemicals being introduced into our environment.”

— Michael Soltero, CCV Center Manager

CLEARWATER, FL, USA, April 11, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — On April 6th the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center in downtown Clearwater held a workshop with gardening expert Jai McFall to teach people how to protect Clearwater’s environment while growing organic foods with little to no chemicals. Ms. McFall has been in the organic gardening industry for over 50 years and uses her knowledge to deliver educational workshops to schools, non-profits, and garden clubs to improve overall food quality in her community. The free event also provided all the needed supplies at no cost to attendees.

Michael Soltero, Manager of the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center said, “Our environment is our home. We asked Ms. McFall to donate her time and knowledge for this workshop so that local families can have the information they need to reduce chemicals being introduced into our environment. What humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard wrote, ‘Care of the planet begins in one’s own front yard,’ exemplifies that a healthy environment starts with us.”

At the workshop Ms. McFall spoke on common foods that can carry high levels of toxins and then allowed guests to get their hands dirty potting their own plants.

Guests kept their planted seeds and have already seen the seeds sprout.

Ms. McFall has over 20 different workshops and educational seminars that give information on health and food related topics such as: how to restore proper vitamin and mineral content to your garden soil; and composting an all-natural fertilizer to grow healthy plants without the need for chemically imbued fertilizers.

To find out more information about the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center or to reserve the Center for your nonprofit’s activities please call Michael Soltero at (727) 316-5309 or email ccvcenter@ccvfl.org. The Center is located at 133 N. Fort Harrison Avenue in downtown Clearwater.

About the Clearwater Community Volunteers:

The Clearwater Community Volunteers have over 25 years of community service under their belt with over 150,000 families and children helped since their founding in 1992. Sponsored by the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization, they stay true to their reputation of helping others with their new center located on the corner of Fort Harrison Avenue and Drew Street in downtown Clearwater.

Michael Soltero
Clearwater Community Volunteers Center
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Elder Care Services Help Seniors Maintain Spring Hobbies like Gardening

Garden

Companionship and mobility assistance from an in-home caregiver encourages seniors to work in the yard, enjoy light exercise, or spend time outdoors!

Spring is the perfect time to get your loved ones active outside with their caregivers!”

— Mark McGoldrick, Owner

SHELTON, CT, UNITED STATES, March 27, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — ++

It has been a long and cold winter. In some parts of the country, snow reached record-breaking falls and we saw some hard times when it comes to weather, ourselves, in Shelton, CT. However, worry no more, spring is finally here!

For some of us, that also means that gardening season has started. Many seniors enjoy gardening as well and are thrilled to be getting the chance to get out there and get their hands dirty. However, if your loved one is one of these older adults, you may be feeling a bit anxious about it.

Gardening has a wide range of benefits, but it can also be a dangerous activity for some seniors without proper supervision. Eldercare could be the answer you have been looking for. Help from a professional caregiver can give seniors the confidence and mobility assistance they need to enjoy the time spent in the yard. If gardening is not a hobby of your senior loved one, caregivers can water potted plants while your loved one sits outside. Enjoying one another’s company with spending time outside can have many physical and mental health benefits for seniors.

There are several companies that provide elder care services in Shelton, CT. Although every elder care company provides personal care services like grooming, feeding, medication management, and toileting assistance, some also provide companionship services. Companionship services are great because they really help fill in the care gaps personal care does not cover.

Companionship care services at most elder care companies encompass a wide range of activities. Companionship and conversation are the most frequently provided, but a caregiver can participate in any activity your loved one would like to participate in. Having a caregiver around with your loved one while they take part in activities and hobbies they really enjoy can help give you peace of mind. This is priceless, particularly so if you have been worried about your loved one as of late.

The point is that, as your loved one ages, your focus should not be on trying to explain to them that they are no longer fit to take part in activities they love – quite on the contrary. Continuing to stay active and have hobbies can really help seniors stay healthy. What's more, it is very much so possible with help from elder care providers.

At the same time, gardening, besides yielding healthy produce for your loved one, brings with it many benefits.

Health Benefits of Gardening:
Exercise
Lower Stress Levels
A Sense of Accomplishment
Reduced Risk of Dementia
A New Skill or Hobby

Take some time to consider the impact of these benefits. They may be just what your loved one is missing in their life. The answer could lie in elder care.

About Comfort Keepers Shelton, CT:
Providing best-in-class home health care for seniors and the elderly is a true passion of ours, and is a reputation we strive to maintain on a daily basis. Our experienced Comfort Keepers CT senior home care team is dedicated to building real relationships because you deserve high-quality care from people that care about you. Whether you are interested in assisted living, we have the ability to customize our services to match your exact needs.

Our Comfort Keepers CT senior home care mission is to provide our clients with the highest level of quality of life that is achievable. We shall treat each of our clients with the respect and dignity they deserve, as though we were caring for a member of our own family.

The special caregivers who deliver our unique brand of senior home care (We call them Comfort Keepers®.) are carefully selected, screened, and trained to provide professional, compassionate care.

This release was drafted by Results Driven Marketing, LLC: a full-service digital marketing, public relations, advertising and content marketing firm located in Philadelphia, PA.

Related Materials:

https://bloomfield-365.comfortkeepers.com/home/blog?article=108&date=2019-01-24&title=in-home-care-can-help-you-avoid-dehydration-in-bloomfield-ct

https://bloomfield-365.comfortkeepers.com/home/blog?article=105&date=2018-08-23&title=senior-care-can-help-when-dealing-with-macular-degeneration-in-greater-hartford-ct

https://bloomfield-365.comfortkeepers.com/home/blog?article=104&date=2018-08-09&title=in-home-care-for-senior-drivers-in-greater-hartford-ct

Mark McGoldrick
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HomeGardenandHomestead.com Posts Guide to Container Gardening

pepper plants in a GrowBox container garden

Pepper plants thrive in this GrowBox

A raised bed container garden

A Maintenance-Free Raised Garden Bed from Gronomics can be used to grow a wide variety of flowers and vegetables.

Home garden and homestead is the guide to modern living

Home, Garden and Homestead staff writers reveal the top three things to consider when growing plants in containers.

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, UNITED STATES, March 26, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Growing plants in pots and other containers continues to be a trending topic on social media. Container gardening is more popular than ever, and millions of homeowners and apartment dwellers will be growing plants in containers this year.

“Container gardening is hot because people want to nurture a little bit of the natural world wherever they are,” said Randall D. Schultz, content editor for https://HomeGardenandHomestead.com. “The great thing about growing a container garden is that it’s very easy, and it can be done on any deck, balcony, patio or doorstep.”

In the story, Tips for Growing Successful Container Gardens, the Home, Garden and Homestead staff writers reveal the three things to consider when growing plants in containers. The first is choosing the right location for your container garden. The best locations are sunny spots that get about six hours of direct sunlight a day. The location should be visible, easily accessible, and have easy access to a water source.

CHOOSE THE RIGHT GROWING CONTAINERS
The second important factor is choosing the right containers. Traditional terracotta pots are a popular choice, and any ceramic pot with a drainage hole at the bottom will work well. A new generation of self-watering containers, such as the GrowBox from www.agardenpatch.com, is a good choice for container gardens because it prevents plants from drying out. At the bottom of the GrowBox is a four-gallon water reservoir. Water in the reservoir is automatically wicked up through the potting soil to keep plant roots moist.

A GrowBox measures 28 inches long by 13 inches wide, and it is 10 inches deep. That makes it big enough to successfully grow two tomato plants or up to eight pepper plants. The box is also large enough to grow a bed of lettuce, spinach, or flowers.

Raised garden beds are perfect for small vegetable gardens—and they work great for flower beds, too. A Maintenance-Free Raised Garden Bed from Gronomics is a good choice for beginning and experienced gardeners alike because it’s easy to assemble and easy to fill with seeds or plants.

Raised garden beds are great for “square foot” gardens that maximize the vegetables and flowers that can be grown in a smaller space. A Maintenance-Free Raised Garden Bed is made of durable vinyl, so it resists fading, needs no maintenance and provides many years of gardening enjoyment.

CHOSE THE RIGHT PLANTS FOR CONTAINER GARDENING
Selecting the right plant varieties is also a key factor to successful container gardening. It is important to choose plants that won’t outgrow their containers.

“Containers are confined spaces, so the mature size of a plant is an important factor to consider when choosing what to plant in your container garden,” said Schultz. “The container has to be big enough to accommodate the roots of the full-grown plants.”

Leafy edibles such as lettuce and spinach are small plants, so they grow well in container gardens. Many herbs, including parsley, basil and coriander make great container garden plants.

Larger vegetables, such as tomatoes, peppers and eggplants, are too big to grow in smaller containers. But new hybrids have been introduced by top seed companies in the past few years that were bred specifically with container gardening in mind. For more information about these new varieties, read Top 10 Vegetables for Container Gardening.

“Many expert gardeners got their start by growing plants in containers on their balconies or by their front doors,” said Schultz. “It’s a great way to grow something beautiful or edible, no matter where you live.”

Randall Schultz
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Trenching Equipment Market 2019 Global Analysis, Share, Trend ,Opportunities And Forecast To 2024

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, March 20, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — World Trenching Equipment Market

Executive Summary 

Trenching Equipment market research report provides the newest industry data and industry future trends, allowing you to identify the products and end users driving Revenue growth and profitability. 
The industry report lists the leading competitors and provides the insights strategic industry Analysis of the key factors influencing the market. 
The report includes the forecasts, Analysis and discussion of important industry trends, market size, market share estimates and profiles of the leading industry Players. 

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The Players mentioned in our report 
Inter-Drain 
Allied Construction Products 
RWF Industries 
Tesmec 
Simex 
Vermeer 
Ditch Witch 
Digga 
Marais 
Mastenbroek 
Western Trencher & Equipment 
Pro-Tec equipment 
Cleveland Trencher 
Vermeer Equipment Holdings

Global Trenching Equipment Market: Product Segment Analysis 
Wheel Trencher 
Chain Trencher 
Other 
Global Trenching Equipment Market: Application Segment Analysis 
Municipal 
Agriculture 
Military 
Gardening 
Other 
Global Trenching Equipment Market: Regional Segment Analysis 
USA 
Europe 
Japan 
China 
India 
South East Asia 

Table of Content-Key Points Covered

Chapter 1 About the Trenching Equipment Industry 
    1.1 Industry Definition and Types 
      1.1.1 Wheel Trencher 
      1.1.2 Chain Trencher 
      1.1.3 Other 
    1.2 Main Market Activities 
    1.3 Similar Industries 
    1.4 Industry at a Glance

Chapter 2 World Market Competition Landscape 
    2.1 Trenching Equipment Markets by Regions 
      2.1.1 USA 
Market Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2014-2024 
Sales and Growth Rate 2014-2024 
Major Players Revenue (M USD) in 2019 
      2.1.2 Europe 
Market Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2014-2024 
Sales and Growth Rate 2014-2024 
Major Players Revenue (M USD) in 2019 
      2.1.3 China 
Market Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2014-2024 
Sales and Growth Rate 2014-2024 
Major Players Revenue (M USD) in 2019 
      2.1.4 India 
Market Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2014-2024 
Sales and Growth Rate 2014-2024 
Major Players Revenue (M USD) in 2019 
      2.1.5 Japan 
Market Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2014-2024 
Sales and Growth Rate 2014-2024 
Major Players Revenue (M USD) in 2019 
      2.1.6 South East Asia 
Market Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2014-2024 
Sales and Growth Rate 2014-2024 
Major Players Revenue (M USD) in 2019 
    2.2 World Trenching Equipment Market by Types 
Wheel Trencher 
Chain Trencher 
Other 
    2.3 World Trenching Equipment Market by Applications 
Municipal 
Agriculture 
Military 
Gardening 
Other 
    2.4 World Trenching Equipment Market Analysis 
      2.4.1 World Trenching Equipment Market Revenue and Growth Rate 2014-2019 
      2.4.2 World Trenching Equipment Market Consumption and Growth rate 2014-2019 
      2.4.3 World Trenching Equipment Market Price Analysis 2014-2019

Chapter 3 World Trenching Equipment Market share 
    3.1 Major Production Market share by Players 
    3.2 Major Revenue (M USD) Market share by Players 
    3.3 Major Production Market share by Regions in 2019, Through 2024 
    3.4 Major Revenue (M USD) Market share By Regions in 2019, Through 2024

Chapter 4 Supply Chain Analysis 
    4.1 Industry Supply chain Analysis 
    4.2 Raw material Market Analysis 
      4.2.1 Raw material Prices Analysis 2014-2019 
      4.2.2 Raw material Supply Market Analysis 
    4.2 Manufacturing Equipment Suppliers Analysis 
    4.3 Production Process Analysis 
    4.4 Production Cost Structure Benchmarks 
    4.5 End users Market Analysis

Continued….

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Bioplastics Market 2019 Global Analysis, Share, Trend ,Opportunities And Forecast To 2024

PUNE, MAHRASHTRA, INDIA, March 1, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — World Bioplastics Market

Executive Summary 

Bioplastics market research report provides the newest industry data and industry future trends, allowing you to identify the products and end users driving Revenue growth and profitability.
The industry report lists the leading competitors and provides the insights strategic industry Analysis of the key factors influencing the market.
The report includes the forecasts, Analysis and discussion of important industry trends, market size, market share estimates and profiles of the leading industry Players.

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The Players mentioned in our report
BASF
NatureWorks
Novamont
Plantic
DSM
DuPont
Evonik Industries
Ecospan
Toray Industries
Arkema

Global Bioplastics Market: Product Segment Analysis
Potato
Sugar Cane
Wood
Global Bioplastics Market: Application Segment Analysis
Packaging
Agricultural
Gardening
Global Bioplastics Market: Regional Segment Analysis
USA
Europe
Japan
China
India
South East Asia

Table of Content-Key Points Covered

Chapter 1 About the Bioplastics Industry
1.1 Industry Definition and Types
1.1.1 Potato
1.1.2 Sugar Cane
1.1.3 Wood
1.2 Main Market Activities
1.3 Similar Industries
1.4 Industry at a Glance

Chapter 2 World Market Competition Landscape
2.1 Bioplastics Markets by Regions
2.1.1 USA
Market Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2014-2019
Sales and Growth Rate 2014-2019
Major Players
2.1.2 Europe
Market Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2014-2019
Sales and Growth Rate 2014-2019
Major Players
2.1.3 China
Market Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2014-2019
Sales and Growth Rate 2014-2019
Major Players
2.1.4 India
Market Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2014-2019
Sales and Growth Rate 2014-2019
Major Players
2.1.5 Japan
Market Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2014-2019
Sales and Growth Rate 2014-2019
Major Players
2.1.6 South East Asia
Market Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2014-2019
Sales and Growth Rate 2014-2019
Major Players
2.2 World Bioplastics Market by Types
Potato
Sugar Cane
Wood
2.3 World Bioplastics Market by Applications
Packaging
Agricultural
Gardening
2.4 World Bioplastics Market Analysis
2.4.1 World Bioplastics Market Revenue and Growth Rate 2014-2019
2.4.2 World Bioplastics Market Consumption and Growth rate 2014-2019
2.4.3 World Bioplastics Market Price Analysis 2014-2019

Chapter 3 World Bioplastics Market share
3.1 Major Production Market share by Players
3.2 Major Revenue (M USD) Market share by Players
3.3 Major Production Market share by Regions in 2019, Through 2024
3.4 Major Revenue (M USD) Market share By Regions in 2019, Through 2024

Chapter 4 Supply Chain Analysis
4.1 Industry Supply chain Analysis
4.2 Raw material Market Analysis
4.2.1 Raw material Prices Analysis 2014-2019
4.2.2 Raw material Supply Market Analysis
4.2 Manufacturing Equipment Suppliers Analysis
4.3 Production Process Analysis
4.4 Production Cost Structure Benchmarks
4.5 End users Market Analysis

Continued….

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How to smash out of the box and win customers

Meet the man who cartooned Albert Einstein for decades. Ileana Strauss, July 2016

How can we think "outside the box" to make improved customer experience a reality?

Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties”

— Erich Fromm

MIAMI, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, February 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — ADEN University Matilde Lanati PHD

History shows us how different thinkers and doers from all fields, whether it is science, literature or engineering have made valuable contributions to the human development because they dared to challenge the reality.
Christopher Columbus, Leonardo Da Vinci,Einstein, Dr. Rene Favaloro, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg to mention just a few, had the courage to build unconventional solutions.
Thinking outside the box means daring to conceive of perspectives and realities that go beyond what is known, what is rationally possible and creates real innovations.

Outside-the-box thinking refers to creative thinking. It requires a willingness to go beyond normal boundaries and usual approaches. Some companies, such as Blockbuster or taxi companies in general have remained inside the box. As a result, they have disappeared or their competitive spectrum has been put at risk.
Outside-the-box thinking is a competence highly valued by the labor market and although deeply sought after it is not always found. All great discoveries such as fire, the wheel, medicine, commercial space travel or drones that transfer blood or food to a hospital in Africa are the result of people who dared to challenge the status quo.
Have you ever wondered what makes the difference between disruptive and traditional managers?

Disruptive managers can find answers to unsolved problems. They dare to take risks, they are adventurous, and they continue in spite of difficulties, they aim to beat the market without fear of trying new things.

Creative thinkers can:

• Go against the current
• Tolerate criticism when the arguments are valid
• Inspire their teams to a shared success

But these abilities can be stifled sometimes. Organizations frequently make decisions based on financial data, which is necessary, but it is not the only data to consider. Breaking the mold and navigating through the customer’s preferences, creating new demands, discovering untapped opportunities. Therefore, if the value of people who think outside the box were considered, decisions would be more customer-oriented and companies would become more profitable and competitive.

Breaking the box means daring to think of different scenarios that will allow us to break away from logic and to remove, replace and intensify thoughts and actions that will strengthen leadership.
Innovative companies encourage their customer facing staff to make decisions by sharing their viewpoints with other support areas. This outside-the-box model motivates staff, it calls upon them to have dynamic perspectives and to find solutions from a menu of options. This fosters flexibility and allows them to comply with processes faster or to create new ones with fewer resources and delivering better results.

When we manage to make staff feel that they “belong”, their tasks come to life, and they give us their commitment in return. But when they only have to comply with the procedures required by the company, it is difficult to achieve extraordinary results.

Allowing ourselves time to listen to our collaborators, to understand their difficulties, to accompany them in setting shared goals and giving them freedom to map out a path fosters a sense of belonging. In this way, it is easier to spot the lighthouse at the tip of the peninsula, to sail through ambiguous and uncertain waters, to dissipate the fog of the market in order to transform the future and reach a safe harbor: the holy grail of business, leadership and profitability.

How to broaden the spectrum to entice customers?

The big challenge is to create and sustain a proposal of Value, since it is a springboard to enticing customers.

The following are some practical actions that will help us to achieve our goal:
• Deepening our Self-awareness by identifying how our development is being hindered: beliefs, prejudices, rigidness preconceptions.

• Knowing the best practices in industries other than ours. Reading articles, blogs, notes, cases produced by different sectors to learn from them. In summary, opening our minds to knowledge and accept something different to emulate it or improve it.

• Reinventing ourselves in knowledge. Exploring knowledge that has nothing to do with our field of expertise: gardening, dancing, flying drone, trying something new.

• Nurturing ourselves with innovative and interesting resources: films that cover different genres, science fiction books, graphic novels, adventure stories about heroes and villains, different resources that can be helpful to analyze how aversion to change can be overcome.

• Starting with the goal and going backward: Analyzing the steps taken to go through the whole process, evaluating what was done well and what needs to be changed.

• Playing games: Daring to become a child and play with our hands, assemble models, build sand castles. This is important to observe their capacity to solve problems quickly and their different way to achieve results and their ability to start over.

• Achieve the A-Ha Moment
According to the Missioncouncil.se (2019) AHA Moment is: "The outside spiritual force that provides the breath of life, the spark of consciousness and synergy"

How to know if we are inside or outside the box?

Outside-the-box thinking must be based on Self-awareness if we are to lead others, whether our teams, suppliers or customers.

Melinda Fouts (2016) highlights that we can use two instruments to develop self-awareness – Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQi – 2.0) and Myers Briggs Type Inventory (MBTI).
These assessments complement each other. The first one explores 15 competences while the second one facilitates personal knowledge growth and shows us how interact with others. If we want to win customers, it is essential to analyze situations with an open and exploring mind.

Benefits of outside-the box thinking include:
• Transforming problems into opportunities
• Being part of the solution
• Allowing ideas
• Becoming change-oriented
• Increasing adaptability and flexibility
• Decreasing stress
• Recognizing and rewarding effort
• Facilitating collaborative knowledge
• Creating a corporate synergy that strengthens leadership
• Designing and implementing new differentiating experiences for stakeholders
• Applying Artificial Intelligence

So dare to get out of the box since…

"Creativity is intelligence having fun"
Albert Einstein

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Best New Vegetable Seeds for this Year’s Garden

best new vegetable seeds honeycomb tomato

Honeycomb Tomato from Burpee produces dozens of flavorful golden-orange cherry tomatoes.

best new vegetable seeds zucchini spineless perfection

Spineless Perfection Zucchini is a new hybrid with delicious flavor and greater disease resistance.

best new vegetable seeds slovana pepper

‘Slovana’ Pepper produces a nonstop crop of tasty, neon-golden sweet peppers.

For 2019, seed companies have introduced an impressive selection of new vegetable seed varieties including new tomatoes, peppers and zucchini.

Seed companies do a great job of introducing new vegetable varieties every year. For 2019, there are new varieties of tomatoes, peppers, zucchini and more.”

— Randall D. Schultz, HomeGardenandHomestead.com

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Every spring, gardeners begin to dream of a new gardening season. Seed catalogs and websites bring the promise of a bountiful crop of new vegetable seeds and plant varieties to grow. This spring is no different, with lots of new vegetable varieties and seed collections to entice new and experienced gardeners alike.

For 2019, seed companies have introduced an impressive selection of new vegetable seeds. Some of these new vegetable varieties put a new spin on garden favorites. Others bring back heirloom selections that have a long history of outstanding garden production.

Sometimes the best new vegetable seeds offer bigger harvests and better hardiness. Sometimes the appeal is a different color, or a new variety designed especially for small gardens or container growing.

Here is a roundup of the best new vegetable varieties for gardeners and lovers of fresh garden produce.

Cherry Tomatoes with the Sweet Taste of Honey
Cherry tomatoes are a popular choice for backyard vegetable gardens. These vining plants produce a huge harvest of small tomatoes that start ripening in mid-summer keep coming until the first frost. Honeycomb Tomato gets its name from the profusion of sweet golden-orange cherry tomatoes each plant produces. The vines grow 6-7 feet long and the clusters of fruit are 12-15 inches long.

The petite golden-orange tomatoes are full of flavor—and they have a sweet taste that is reminiscent of honey. The bite-sized ½ ounce tomatoes are perfect for adding to salads or for snacking right off the vine. A packet of seeds sells for $6.99 or three starter plants sell for $18.99 from www.burpee.com.

Delicious Zucchini with Disease Resistance
Zucchini Spineless Perfection is a new hybrid variety that combines the tasty flavor of the popular Spineless Beauty with the added benefit of greater disease resistance. Spineless Perfection is resistant to powdery mildew, watermelon mosaic virus and zucchini yellow mosaic virus. The plants are very easy to grow, and the fruits are easy to harvest. Zucchini Spineless Perfection produces delicious fruits that are great when sautéed or roasted on the grill—and are scrumptious when used for zucchini bread, zucchini noodles, and more.

Zucchini Spineless Perfection is a fast-growing variety that will start producing delicious zucchinis just 40 days after planting. Sow the seeds one inch deep directly into garden soil after the danger of frost has past. A packet of seeds sells for $3.95 from www.parkseed.com.

A Nonstop Harvest of Sweet Peppers
Peppers are dependable producers in a backyard garden. Fresh homegrown peppers are a delicious addition to salads and veggie trays, and peppers can be used to enhance a wide range of cooked dishes. A ‘Slovana’ Pepper plant produces a nonstop summer harvest of tasty, neon-golden sweet peppers. This new variety is a compact grower, with plants reaching just 17-26 inches tall. These plants fit nicely into small garden spaces and also grows well in containers.

A ripe ‘Slovana’ pepper is 6 inches long and 2 inches wide that starts out light green in color but matures to a handsome pale yellow. The 4½-ounce fruits boast a rich pepper flavor with a delicate sweetness that’s delicious both fresh or roasted. A packet of ‘Slovana’ Pepper seeds sells for $6.29 or three starter plants sell for $18.99 from www.burpee.com.

A Classic “Butter Bean” Makes a Comeback
It’s time for Butter Beans (also commonly know as lima beans) to make a well-deserved comeback. Sieva Carolina Butter Beans are an heirloom variety dating back to the early 19th century. According to historical records, Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States, grew them for their excellent flavor.

Sieva Carolina Butter Bean plants produce an abundant crop of tender, creamy-white beans This variety is cold resistant, so it can be planted early in the season. It’s also a fast-bearing pole bean that produces just 65-80 days from sowing seeds in the garden. And the beans keep coming and coming until the first frost. A packet of seeds sells for $2.50 from www.landrethseed.com.

Carrots in a Rainbow of Colors
There’s nothing wrong with orange carrots. But sometimes the best new vegetable seeds for your garden are something completely different. Take the Rainbow Blend Carrot seeds for example. This combination of heirloom garden seeds contains carrots in a literal rainbow of colors. They can be harvested as gourmet baby carrots, or they can be grown to their full mature size. This assortment includes these varieties: Atomic Red, Cosmic Purple, Solar Yellow, Lunar White and Bambino. Every one of these varieties looks and tastes great. A packet of seeds sells for $2.75 from www.willhiteseed.com. Larger quantities of seed are also available for larger gardens.

Biodegradable Seed-Starting Pots Eliminate Transplant Shock
Gardeners who live in a cold climates often start seeds indoors well before the last frost date. This gives them a jump-start on their gardens, which can increase the yields of plants such as tomatoes and peppers.

To give seeds the best possible start, plant them in a biodegradable and natural seed-starting pot. CowPots seed-starting pots are made from composted cow manure from a dairy farm in Connecticut. (Hence the name, CowPots!) These natural pots allow seedlings to grow a bigger root mass, which results in healthier plants. Using these biodegradable pots eliminates transplant shock because the entire pot can be planted in the ground. Plus, the CowPots naturally decompose to provide nutrients for the plant. CowPots are available in a wide range of sizes at fine garden centers and online at TrueValue.com and Amazon.com.

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