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She coated images of Civil War battlefields with varnish made from diatomaceous earth, as if summoning them directly from soil where the fallen lay.
My dog would not tolerate sharing the yard with ducks or chickens, so applying diatomaceous earth (DE) to remaining leaves is about the only option left to me.
Ones like the Hitachiya Konro are made of diatomaceous earth brick, a natural insulator that keeps charcoal burning longer than other grills.
Lay the Groundwork Brooke sprinkled the Hanley Gold gravel with diatomaceous earth, a natural powder that keeps the coop dry and pest-free.
The product — like the rest of the range — contains interesting ingredients such as diatomaceous earth, which is literally from volcanoes.
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