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The more you know: Vinegar kills 82% of mold species and is effective for common fabrics.

The more you know: Vinegar kills 82% of mold species and is effective for common fabrics.


Home + Mold // A common problem in Germany is finding mold in humid areas of the home. The best way to help deter mold is to allow fresh air from the outside to cross ventilate throughout the home 2x a day for 15 mins at a time. Due to the type of constructions, some of the older & even newer homes have bad wall structure that can be simply preventable (airing out + soap + water) or unless the wall itself is severely damage, then wall repairs will be needed.


MAGICAL CONTAMINATION BY ANTOINE BRIDIER-NAHMIAS Beyond the fusion of art and science, Antoine Bridier-Nahmias’ photographs underline a phenomenon that is both natural and universal – a greyness that occurs in all places and evokes in us suspicion and dread, or that can cause an unexpected, renewed sense of wonder and general curiosity. The greyness of the organic matter, sometimes disrupted by dashes of colour, creates organically grown compositions.

from The Idea Room

Peppermint Recipes

The smell and taste of peppermint puts me in the holiday spirit. Today I am sharing some Peppermint Recipes that I have gathered from around the web to help you get into the holiday spirit as well.

from io9

The Bizarre Collective Consciousness of Slime Mold

Beautiful. Dictyosteliida, a type of slime mold. They live as individuals until food runs out, then they form sporangia. They release a signal molecule into the environment that allows them to bunch together. They join into a tiny slug-like creature, which moves to an open place and develops into a fruiting body. Some of the amoebae become spores to begin the next generation, and some sacrifice themselves to become the dead stalk, thus lifting the spores up into the air for better…

from POPSUGAR Smart Living


DIY Mold and Mildew Killer - uses vinegar and essential oil | POPSUGAR Smart Living


slime mold - or truffalo trees depending on how you look at it!


Physarum leucophaeum, A myxomycete, or slime mould fungus. The blue fruiting bodies are only 2mm tall. © John & Irene Palmer/ Garden Matters


DIY-Mold-RemoverFirst, choose one of these two mixtures: 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide and 1 cup water or 1 tsp tea tree oil and 1 cup water Mix the two ingredients chosen in a spray bottle. Spray the mold/mildew and allow to sit for an hour. Rinse and wipe clean (you may need to scrub tougher mold).

from Rodale's Organic Life

Understanding Plant Diseases and Disorders

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