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18:49

Travel

The Ouirgane valley - the unspoilt base for High Atlas holidaying

Andrew Forbes

Morocco is seductively exotic yet increasingly accessible. The modest airport at Marrakech is finally being expanded and low-cost routes easily connect this bohemian, cultural, and historic city with Europe and beyond. After a few days exploring th

13:59

LifeStyle

Hare's Foot Fern

Denise Bush

...surface of the compost dries out, the whole plant should be submerged in a bucket of tepid water. It is not frost hardy. Propagation can be carried out when repotting which is best done in the spring. Lengths of the rhizomes can be snipped off and laid

10:12

Local

The cultivation of pecan nuts set to extend across the Guadalhorce

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

The pecan nut originates from North America and Mexico however it wasn’t appreciated for its fruit until the nineteenth century when the first pecan plantations were planted in America’s mid west. The pecan (Carya illinoensis) arrived in Europe in th

10:30

LifeStyle

Calling all gardeners

We know that many of our readers have lovely gardens, or enjoy growing plants on their terraces or balconies, so why not share them with others? Email your photos to english@diariosur.es or send them to SUR in English, Avda Dr Marañón 48, 29009 Ma

10:31

National

Doñana, a park running dry

fernando miñana

...this area, instead of using it to plant rice or eucalyptus trees. When this does not happen, as in the case of Matalascañas, the buildings encroach upon the land. This scientist’s intervention was a determining factor in Doñana being declared a National

10:31

Local

Work to complete water treatment plant "imminent"

Eugenio Cabezas NERJA

The continuing saga of Nerja's unfinished water treatment plant has been at the centre of the town hall's agenda this week as an investigation into the delays to the work has been opened. In the same week, Spain's central government has said that ... turn into an analysis of past issues, rather than looking into why work stopped on the plant early in 2016. He added that he was, "happy to help with any questions," that he is asked, adding, "they need to focus on why the work has been at a standstill ... plant since 2005 and in 2012, when Calle Carabeo was pedestrianised, pipes were laid that would eventually be linked up to the main station. However, the project was halted in June 2016, ahead of the height of the holiday season as the main pumping

10:31

Local

Pollution levels on the Costa del Sol are among the lowest in Spain

IGNACIO LILLO MALAGA

2015, on three days during July and August. The cement plant at La Araña complies with regulations In the case of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and PM10 particles (less than 10 micrometres), the report warns that in Malaga "legal levels have not been ... cement plant at La Araña. Although the situation is not bad, the experts warn that traffic causes almost 50 per cent of emissions in the province. Cars produce problems of all types for the environment: carbon monoxide, particles, nitrogen oxide etc. ... Urban pollution is the only type to affect Malaga province because of the lack of industry, apart from the combined cycle thermal power plant (which emits mainly water vapour) and the cement plant at La Araña, where emissions are primarily particles.

10:32

Local

The cement plant at La Araña complies with regulations

ignacio lillo malaga

The cement factory at La Araña is the main industry which emits contaminants into the atmosphere. It has automated controls and its activity is monitored on a daily basis by experts from the regional government., who say that since 2007 the plant ... plant.

10:07

LifeStyle

Million Bells petunia

Denise Bush gardening

...fuchsia, purple and cardinal red. There are also bi and tri coloured varieties with subtle or contrasting mixes of colours. Calibrachoa is a member of the solanaceae family and a cousin of the petunia. It is an easy-to-grow, low-maintenance plant that ... trailing stems which are ideal for covering the sides of large pots and hanging baskets. It can also be grown in borders as a ground cover plant. It is native to South America and was named after 19th century Mexican botanist and pharmacologist Antonio ... when they are over so no dead-heading is needed although it may be necessary to give the plant an all-over trim in midsummer to help promote new growth. Although it will stop flowering for a little while while it recovers it will soon be smothered in