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SWEET LEMON, CITRUS LIMETTA PURSCHA, SWEET LIME TUNISIA ?

The sweet lemon (Citrus limetta Pursha) or fresh Lime Tunisia is a citrus fruit in the beautiful and abundant fragrant white flowers that lasts from spring to fall. The fruits of sweet lemon, unlike the common lemon, to bite your teeth because of its total lack of acidity. They are also eaten candied, sweet or savory. The fruit is small, globular, very juicy, sweet and yellow when ripe. The rind of the fruit does not adhere to the pulp, which is sweet and sour and tasty. They are also very rich in vitamin C. The douxs lemon trees should be planted in the ground in areas where temperatures do not fall below -4 ° C for more than an hour. Exposure: sun, sheltered from wind. Citrus fear spray. Inside, fresh and bright room without drafts. Fogging regularly leaves to prevent drying. Planting in the ground: For a plantation successful outside, wait until the risk of frost or hail have passed, indeed spring allows an immediate resumption of the plants. Dig a size hole pot, mix one part of the earth output with the rotted manure and fill the bottom of the hole with the mixture. Make sure your hole is the same depth as your pot, place the tree whose root ball has previously been moistened. Fill the hole with water and backfill with the rest of the earth. Planting pot: It can grow in pots all citrus fruits (lemon, mandarin, orange, etc.). This will get them in a conservatory or greenhouse in the winter when the temperature drops below zero. Be careful though! These are not plants apartment; they can not stay there all year. For the earth, the ideal mixture is 25% garden soil + 50% planting soil + sand + 12.5% to 12.5% of rotted manure. The pot volume should be equal to the foliage. Repotting is carried out every 2 to 3 years. PLANTATION: The classic citrus fruits should be planted in the ground in areas where temperatures do not drop below -7 ° C for more than an hour. Exposure: sun, sheltered from the wind. Citrus fear spray. Inside, fresh and bright room without drafts. Fogging regularly leaves to prevent drying. Planting in the ground: For a plantation successful outside, wait until the risk of frost or hail have passed, indeed spring allows an immediate resumption of the plants. Dig a size hole pot, mix one part of the earth output with the rotted manure and fill the bottom of the hole with the mixture. Make sure your hole is the same depth as your pot, place the tree whose root ball has previously been moistened. Fill the hole with water and backfill with the rest of the earth. Planting pot: It can grow in pots all citrus fruits (lemon, mandarin, orange, etc.). This will get them in a conservatory or greenhouse in the winter when the temperature drops below zero. Be careful though! These are not plants apartment; they can not stay there all year. For the earth, the ideal mixture is 25% garden soil + 50% planting soil + sand + 12.5% to 12.5% of rotted manure. The pot volume should be equal to the foliage. Repotting is carried out every 2-3 years. http://www.wordsiseek.com/23-benefits-of-citrus-limetta-for-health-hair-and-skin/ Soil: Clay and humus, Neutral optimal planting period in the spring , from late December to late August optimal planting period in the fall: From late August to early December TIPS FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE PLANT:Culture potted citrus: Never let completely dry the mound. Water thoroughly and frequently was to soak the entire root zone. Reduce watering in winter and slightly wet the soil when the latter is dry. Bring fertilizer every 20 days. Citrus fruits are large nitrogen consumers. Without fertilizer, they vegetate and produce little fruit. We recommend a fertilizer called "3x15" due to a handful per tree. The 3x15 fertilizer called triple fertilizer where NPK ratio (nitrate, Phosphoric acid, potassium K) are equivalent. Ex: 15 N 15P 15K = 3 * 15. Moisten the root ball before the fertilizer to avoid burning roots. Use of soft water and some chlorinated. Growing citrus in the ground: It is important not to over-water citrus, excess water asphyxiating the roots. Irrigate once a month in winter, twice a month in the spring and in the fall and once a week in summer. Generally expect that the soil is dry before watering. Make a bowl. Depending on weather conditions we can remove a particular watering, but especially not that of the summer, when evaporation is greatest. Citrus fruits are large nitrogen consumers. Although they survive without fertilizer, they vegetate and produce little fruit. We recommend a fertilizer said "3x15" throughout the year due to a handful per tree from April to October at least 50 cm from the trunk. The 3x15 fertilizer called triple fertilizer where NPK ratio (nitrate, Phosphoric acid, potassium K) are equivalent. Eg. 15 N 15P 15K = 3 * 15 The size is usually designed to remove dead wood and must allow different treatments to reach the heart of the tree to get bigger fruit by limiting the amount. It will not be necessary to prune your tree if you are not professional. To protect your citrus cold, it is necessary to surround them with an insulating (Bubble wrap, sailing wintering), the ability of citrus to withstand cold is usually short 2 to 3 hours beyond which the damage is proportional to the time spent. Just a temperature of -1 ° C during some days to kill most of the edible varieties. TIPS AND USES:Use: Warning, citrus fruits are not made to stand inside, with exceptions such as Calamondin. A temperature of 18/20 ° C causes their desiccation and death of the plant. HIVERNAGE potted citrus: Potted citrus are more susceptible to cold than in the ground citrus because their roots are in a small volume of earth and therefore less protected low external temperatures. Out of their growing area, enter the October to April in pots or in a conservatory room or toujour well-lit garage. For your citrus overwinter in the best conditions, make sure the temperature is between 5 and 12 ° C and humidity around 70%. This will allow much citrus fruit and winter to finish their maturity. Especially do not go your citrus in overheated rooms of your house or apartment because the high temperatures and dry air destroy them quickly. If the pots remain outside in the winter, protect your shrubs in the same way as in the ground citrus : mulch the jar and wrap it with a winter sailing.

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How can parents encourage children to plan their own healthy breakfast?

As a parent you should know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It gives children the energy they need to handle their busy days and can help them perform better at school. Although breakfast might be a challenge sometimes, you must involve your children in meal preparation and suggest them tasty and healthy options. Are there any apps to help children how to prepare a balanced breakfast? How would you make them fun and easy?

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Would you benefit from an app that helps you determine times your family should be using their devices and times they shouldn't?

i am working on a student project that helps families select periods during the week in which they would prefer not to be using their devices, for example after certain hours or during mealtimes etc. The application would come with a small 'owl' device that sits in the home and 'watches over' your digital time, reflecting when you are interacting appropriately with your device through mood by tilting forward or backwards to show happy and sad and by rocking back and forth when people are using their devices beyond their desired time frames. The idea is that it is a physical presence pulling a persons focus visually from a device in the room to remind the families especially children when they are spending too much time on their devices. The app would allow people to rate their satisfaction with their tech usage and compare it to previous months. Would anyone in particular families find value in this kind of App and product?

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Do teenagers buy diet pills online?

I'm worried about my 14-year-old. She's very focussed on diet and body image at the moment and has received a few parcels recently (she can order online as she has a pre-paid card for her allowance). I don't want to assume the worst, but she wouldn't tell me what was in the parcels, wouldn't open them in front of me. It could be Christmas presents, but this started a few weeks ago and it just struck me that this could be diet pills.

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