Keyword: Sura Jeselsohn
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The two downsides of sugar production from sugar cane is that the plant will grow only in the tropics, and its cultivation and production processes are labor intensive. more
Last fall, we were driving through a rural area in southern Germany. Instead of a short ride to our destination, we ran into a road closure. Without our GPS, we would still probably be … more
What is round like a grapefruit, greenish-yellow, and pimply? If you are like me, my answer from two years ago was, “I don’t have a clue!” more
I must have lived a very sheltered life. I never saw a cockroach until we moved into a New York City apartment building. And I never saw a camel cricket until we moved into our present home and found some in our basement. more
I’ve never been to Namibia and never expected to regret it. more
Strike and dip! Strike and dip! This was the constant refrain on a pleasant autumn morning as I accompanied Howard Feldman’s geology class from Touro College on a hike through Inwood Hill Park, Riverdale and Kingsbridge Heights. more
As I continue my exploration of herbariums throughout the Middle East, I chatted some more with Hagar Lesch, the collections manager at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. more
Having written two columns in the past about the herbarium at the New York Botanical Garden, I began to wonder about herbaria in Israel. more
Last week, I talked about the Chrysanthemum Show coming to the New York Botanical Garden starting Nov. 4. And this week, I want to start off talking about Yasuhira Iwashita. more
My favorite annual show at the New York Botanical Gardens, the Chrysanthemum Show, is scheduled to start Nov. 4 and run through Nov. 19. more
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