Basmati Rice: 4 Tasty Facts That You Probably Did Not Know

Posted on: 19 May 2017

Americans love their rice. Brown rice, white rice, jasmine, arborio, and basmati are just a few of the 40,000 different types of rice grown in the world. Basmati rice is prized for its scent, and the fact that it lengthens as it is cooked, up to 12 mm per grain. Economists say that the basmati rice market is rebounding from recent low international demand and oversupply. This is great news for rice connoisseurs.
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2 Disadvantages Of Overly Compacted Soil For Growing Plants

Posted on: 10 May 2017

Whether you are looking to start a small vegetable garden on your property at home or if you are interested in growing crops to sell, one thing that you should be worried about is soil compaction. If soil is overly compacted, you could face various issues when growing your plants. These are a couple of reasons why you should consider using a small tool -- like a soil penetrometer -- to determine the compaction levels of your fuel, then do something about it before you plant your vegetables or other plants.
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Consider Installing A Centrifugal Blower

Posted on: 4 May 2017

If you run a shop of any sort, you know that there are a lot of different variables that can make running a shop a difficult task. If you have not already considered installing a centrifugal blower, you should most definitely consider installing one. A centrifugal blower, unlike many other blowers, uses an impeller and utilizes a disk that will increase the pressure and flow of the air being moved. Centrifugal blowers are used to create differences in air pressures.
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Keep Workers Safe During Flange Spreader Use By Avoiding These Mistakes

Posted on: 26 April 2017

Flange spreaders are important pieces of equipment for many industrial operations. However, they can be dangerous if they are not used properly.  Protect workers at your industrial facility by instructing them to avoid the following five flange spreader operation mistakes: Being unaware of the torque rating of the flange spreader you're using One of the first things you and your workers should know about flange spreaders is that they come at different torque ratings.
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