Entries for the 'Lajmi në fokus(en)' Category
Monday, October 7, 2013
Re-tender Notice for adopting three odas/hostels
Thursday, September 12, 2013
Final phase of the construction works in the new building of IADK
Construction works that started on September on the year 2012 for the center of farmer’s education in Vushtrri financed by EED and FCA are in the finalization phase in completing the building. Based on the dynamic activities in the field are expected to be finished in the first week of November 2013.
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Re-tender notice for "Supply and install the turbine for producing energy from water”.
Thursday, May 16, 2013
The White Marjoram - Origanum heracleoticum L. Fam. Lamiaceae Cultivation Techniques
The white marjoram is a long-living plant, green, half-bush from the Lamiceae family. It is characterized with an extremely strong root system, which is highly branched with many thin roots. The above-surface part of the plant is characterized by a high number of stems with height (60-80cm), which are dendritic and when close to the ground often lay flat. The leaves are thin, 3-4cm at length with short tails while the flowers are a combination of white and yellow and the entire plant has a very pleasing smell. The plant can withstand mowing. The white marjoram can remain in the same surface 3-5 years.
Thursday, May 16, 2013
Black Marshmallow - Malva Sylvestris Ssp Mauritanica (l.) Cultivation Techniques
It is an extremely common plant, found in all continents, all around Kosovo, usually found by sidewalks, in landscapes, gardens, wastelands, etc. The leaves and flowers are harvested; until now, only the wild forms have been harvested. The organized cultivation of the black marshmallow has recently begun to ensure higher quality and a higher standard. In organized cultivation, the sough-after type of leaves and flowers for harvesting are those that are bigger on average than the wild, natural growing types.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
White Marshmallow (Althaea Officinalis) Cultivation Techniques
White Marshmallow can be found near large rivers, moist landscapes, and near roads as wild plants. Due to an ever-increasing demand for white marshmallows during the recent years, in addition to natural growth, white marshmallow is now being systematically cultivated. In the cultivated versions of the marshmallow, the roots are stiffer, wider and have more mucus than the naturally growing version.