Jump-start your garden by sprouting seeds with hydrogen peroxide. Keep the seeds moist by using hydrogen peroxide with the water. It prevents the mold and fungus that attacks sprouting seeds. Continue watering with the basic solution after you plant the seeds. http://joemacho.hubpages.com/hub/Hydrogen-Peroxide-for-Plants
VERONA, Italy: was founded in the 1st century B.C. In the north of Italy, Verona is one of the richest cities in Roman remains. These include the city gate Porta Borsari; half of the Porta Leoni gate; the Arco dei Gavi arch, dismantled in the Napoleonic period then rebuilt in the 1930s; the Ponte Pietra bridge; the Roman theatre, excavated in the mid-19th century and restored for use in spectacles; and the Amphitheatre Arena, the second-largest after the Colosseum in Rome.
Martha Stewart Living, March 2002 Homemade, nonchemical spray to keep slugs and aphids away. One peeled onion, two peeled garlic cloves, and one teaspoon cayenne pepper in the jar of a blender. Add three cups of water, and blend until smooth. Let the mixture sit overnight, strain the liquid into a spray bottle, and coat plants generously.