Tropical Explosion - Barbados is the most eastern Caribbean island in the caribbean chain. The island is said to be formed by a collision of Atlantic crystal accompanied by volcanic eruption. A tourist destination known for its exotic beaches, sugar cane,rich heritage and exciting Natural and Wildlife attractions.
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Barbados is the home of a thriving population of Hawksbill an Leatherback turtles. These species were once endangered by overfishing but now these great creatures are now protected and monitored throughout the island.
In Barbados, local fishermen play a vital role in ensuring that the turtles are well fed and taken care of. These friendly creatures, can be seen playing and fishing along the shoreline. You can also have an occasional swim with them as they are accustomed to humans. For More information visit:
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With the daily use of chemicals in every sphere of our lives, we are significantly contributing to the severe damage of our environment. Now by using some form of organic pest control in our gardens and in our agricultural practices rather than relying on harmful pesticides,will be the first step in the right direction.
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Historically, Barbados was known as the “land of the flying fish”, which is a National icon of the island today. The fish is seen to be very unique due to its ability to fly; the fact is that, they don’t fly but glide through the air up to distances of 30 to 40 metres. . This fish is used as part of the National Dish of Barbados, which is Cou-Cou and flying fish. To take learn more about The Flying Fish visit: http://www.gardenadvice.co.uk/barbados/wildlife.html
Begonias make excellent and rewarding house plants. They need warm, humid and well-lit conditions but not direct sunlight. Generally, Begonias grown indoors will require some shading during summer.
In winter a minimum night temperature of 12deg c (54 deg f) will suit many species, but avoid placing plants near central heating. An open, humus-rich compost is suitable for most Begonias. Feeding should be undertaken regularly during the growing season.
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A grape vine usually takes a couple of years to establish. At this stage it will not produce much fruit it normally takes about 3 to 4 seasons to get going fully.
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