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In what year did Plastic Bags become a severe problem to the environment?
why do you think they're a problem? They're convenient, light weight, clean, and strong. 100 of them take up less space in a landfill than a milk carton/jug. They are NOT the problem in the oceans. The problem there is plastic fishnets that have been lost by fishing boats. The nets ARE a problem, since they float and continue to catch and trap anything that goes into them. Testing has found that reusuable environmentally friendly cloth bags, used as replacements for plastic bags, soon build up high levels of bacteria as they are reused, so they need to be washed frequently which requires lots of water and detergent. In addition, at a cost of up to $5 each, buying and storing enough of them at home to handle a single trip to the grocery store can get prohibitively expensive for poor families who may use up to 20 plastic bags each trip to market to haul their groceries home. As for a year that plastic bags became a was the year immediately after plastic was touted as the salvation of the trees chopped down to create paper bags for grocery stores. Never let an environmentalist tell you what to switch to. It'll never be good enough. Just like all the environmental lawsuits now showing up in courts to stop clean energy projects (dams, windmills, solar arrays, geothermal, etc). All they want is for everyone to die and leave the planet to the frickin animals, because surely everyone can see that humans are a blight on the planet and should never have evolved.
Um..... My teach what us to look jobs that apply to you, I wanted to be a Surgeon when I grow up and like to work with eyes. I was watching Plastic Surgery: Before and After and seen this Survivor from a shooting of the head. I was watching and some smart and friendly doctors helped her to give back. I was watching the Ocular-Plastic Surgeon help restore her Eye, but what else does Ocular-Plastic Surgeon Complete.Thanks
Ocular Plastic surgery (Eyelid) deals with Ptosis-Ptosis is the medical term for a drooping of the upper eyelid. Ectropion-An ectropion is where the lower eyelid turns outwards away from the eye. Part of the inner surface of the eyelid can be seen. Both eyes are often affected. Entropion-An entropion is where the lower eyelid turns inwards and the eyelashes rub against the eye. Both eyes are often affected. Epiphora (Watery eye)-Most eyes are capable of watering when we are upset, for example or in a cold wind. A watery eye is one that is watering excessively and interfering with the patients normal activities. Please see Google search for more details on Ocular plastic surgery.
Yes, nursery trays can be used for propagating houseplants. Nursery trays provide a convenient and space-efficient way to start new plants from cuttings or seeds. The trays are typically designed with multiple compartments, allowing for easy organization and monitoring of plant growth. They also provide adequate drainage and aeration, which are essential for successful propagation.
Yes, agricultural plastic products can be reused.
To prevent nutrient deficiencies in a nursery tray, it is essential to ensure proper fertilization. This can be achieved by using a balanced and nutrient-rich potting mix or substrate. Regularly monitoring and adjusting the pH level of the soil is also crucial as it affects nutrient availability. Additionally, providing adequate water and drainage, as well as proper sunlight exposure, will help promote healthy growth and prevent nutrient deficiencies. Regular monitoring and foliar feeding can be beneficial to identify and address any deficiencies promptly.
Yes, nursery trays can be used for starting ornamental grasses. Nursery trays provide a controlled environment for seedlings, allowing them to develop strong root systems before being transplanted into the ground. They also help to prevent overcrowding and make it easier to care for and transplant the grasses when they are ready.
Yes, ground cover can be used to create a natural-looking pathway. Ground cover plants such as creeping thyme, moss, or creeping Jenny can be planted close together to form a dense and low-lying carpet that resembles a natural pathway. This not only adds beauty to the landscape but also helps to reduce soil erosion and suppress weed growth.
Yes, there are several ongoing research projects on agricultural plastic products. These projects aim to explore sustainable alternatives to traditional plastic materials used in agriculture, assess the environmental impact of plastic waste in farming, and develop innovative recycling and disposal methods for agricultural plastics. Additionally, research is being conducted to improve the durability and longevity of agricultural plastic products, reduce their carbon footprint, and enhance their efficiency in various farming practices.