NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
MAY 28, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - GREEN LEAF IMPORTS INC
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- Leaf Spot On Beans: How To Control Cercospora Leaf Spot In Beans
By Kristi Waterworth - Thursday Jun 8, 2017
By Kristi Waterworth Summertime means so many things, including spending time in the garden and the wicked sunburns that sometimes accompany it. For beans, sunburns aren’t a normal part of summer, so if your bean patch suddenly looks a lot like your sun-exposed arms, you may have cause for concern. Cercospora leaf spot of bean plants can present in a few different ways, but however it comes, it can spell trouble for you and your crop. Cercospora Leaf Spot in Beans As the mercury rises, garden diseases become increasingly larger problems. Leaf spot on beans isn’t new, but it certainly can be frustrating to discover that your plants are suddenly infected. When temperatures exceed 75 degrees Fahrenheit (23 degrees C.) and the conditions are humid, it’s important to keep your eyes peeled for problems in the garden. Cercospora leaf spot in beans can start either as a seed-borne illness, stunting
- What Is Junegrass And Where Does Junegrass Grow
By Bonnie L. Grant - Sunday Jun 4, 2017
By Bonnie L. Grant Wild, native grasses are excellent sources to reclaim land, halt soil erosion, provide fodder and habitat for animals, and enhance the natural landscape. Prairie junegrass (Koeleria macrantha) is a widely distributed North American native. Junegrass in landscapes is primarily used as part of green rooftops and in dry, sandy situations. It has excellent drought tolerance and provides food for livestock, elk, deer and antelope. If you want to attract wildlife, you can’t ask for a better easily managed plant. What is Junegrass? Prairie junegrass grows natively in most parts of North America. Where does Junegrass grow? It is found from Ontario to British Columbia, south to Delaware, California and Mexico. This hardy, adaptable grass grows in Plains Mountains, meadow foothills and forests. Its primary habitat is open rocky sites. This makes junegrass in landscapes that are challenging a perfect addition. Junegrass is a perennial, cool season,
- Do Coniferous Plants Change Color – Learn About Conifer Color Change
By Liz Baessler - Sunday Jun 11, 2017
By Liz Baessler When you hear the word “conifer,” odds are you also think evergreen. In fact, a lot of people use the words interchangeably. They’re not really the same thing, though. Only some evergreens are conifers, while most conifers are evergreens…except when they’re not. If a plant is evergreen, it retains its foliage all year long. Some conifers, however, experience a color change and leaf drop every year. Still, some other conifers, while “evergreen,” are not green all year long. Keep reading to learn more about conifers that change color. Autumn Color Changing in Conifer Plants Do coniferous plants change color? Quite a few do. Even though evergreen trees don’t lose all their needles in the fall, they don’t have the same needles for their whole lives. In autumn, most coniferous trees will shed their oldest needles, usually the ones closest to the trunk. Before dropping, these needles change
- It's Not Easy Being Green - But You Can Make It Easier
Wednesday Apr 20, 2016
Though there's a certain contingent of the population utterly devoted to going green, there's still plenty of resistance out there. Whether it's ignorance, laziness, or downright denial, not everyone recycles, conserves, or even buys into the idea that these things are important. Some of them are even in Congress.
- Common Swiss Chard Insects – Controlling Pests On Swiss Chard Plants
By Amy Grant - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017
By Amy Grant Swiss chard is a member of the beet family grown for its large nutrient rich leaves rather than its root. Delicious and high in iron, magnesium and vitamin C, it is enjoyed not only by people but by bugs that attack Swiss chard. If you’re desperate to save your plants, read on to find out about common Swiss chard insects and controlling pests on Swiss chard. Common Pests Found on Swiss Chard It isn’t just us who enjoy those delicious, nutritious leafy greens. Sometimes it seems like there’s no battling the insects for our produce. In order to control the pests, it is important to learn to identify them. Bugs that attack Swiss chard, for example, are equal opportunists. Some, such as blister beetles, love the veggie as do leaf miner larvae. Lygus bugs and their nymphs feed on the leaves and the buds of flowering plants.
- Tech Fix: What You Need to Know About the New Uber
By BRIAN X. CHEN - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017
The company has been dogged by scandal for months. One response: changes to its all-important app.
- Food & Wine Magazine Will Leave New York for Alabama
By STEPHANIE STROM - Friday Jun 23, 2017
The move reflects a changing business in which traditional food magazines, and a Manhattan address, are less important.
- A Street Fight Among Grocers to Deliver Your Milk, Eggs, Bananas
By RACHEL ABRAMS - Saturday Jun 24, 2017
Bananas can’t get cold. Milk mustn’t tip. Online food delivery still trips up companies. A day on the truck shows why.