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Learn all about growing onions in your own backyard. Onions are easy to grow with a few tips. You can have an abundant amount of onions for only a few dollars. Learn 3 different ways you can start onions. Which onions will do best your in area? When to harvest? Do you need to fertilize? All covered in this short clip. © Brandon Marshall. All rights reserved. Any unauthorized broadcasting, public performance, copying or re-recording will constitute an infringement of copyright.
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Learn how to grow big bulb onions. I share some tips on growing big bulb onions. I planted 1015 and 1015Y varieties of onions. RESOURCES: - Mittleider Gardening Method Video Playlist: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUgMVL1vbmE&list=PL2cLVMJiux-kPNMq9fciRWHCfHqUQSaqG - Mittleider Facebook Group: http://facebook.com/groups/MittleiderGardening The Mittleider Gardening Course: http://growfood.com/Mittleider-Gardening-Course-Book
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On Wednesday, Boeing beat a union drive by workers at the company's South Carolina aircraft factory. Workers had voted to reject union representation. The secret ballot vote was conducted by the National Labor Relations Board at polling locations around the plant in North Charleston. It was the first such voting process for Boeing. It was also a high-profile test for organized labor in the country’s most strongly anti-union state. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/domesticNews/~3/eUpUDF6o-cs/us-boeing-machinists-idUSKBN15V04Q http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
"This week, employees at an auto plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee are voting on whether to form a union. It's interesting for a few reasons: Tennessee is a low-union-density state; the Volkswagen plant in question would be the first foreign auto facility to be organized in the South, marking a growth opportunity for the United Auto Workers; and VW itself has taken a neutral-to-positive stance toward the union, citing its positive relations with employee organizations at factories elsewhere in the world. But the most interesting part of all is the panicked reaction of local Republican politicians, who are scrambling to find ways to attack the organizing effort and deter the formation of a union. Sen. Bob Corker held a press conference Tuesday specifically to ask VW employees to reject a u...
In der NSA-Affäre stellt sich die Bundesregierung als wackere Kämpferin für den Datenschutz ihrer Bürger dar. Tatsächlich zeigen vertrauliche Papiere jedoch das Gegenteil. Hinter den Kulissen findet nicht nur ein reger Datenaustausch mit britischen und amerikanischen Geheimdiensten statt, deutsche Dienste sind auch stolz auf die ausgesprochen enge und vertrauensvolle Zusammenarbeit, die man gerne noch ausbauen möchte. Und nicht nur das: Ein vertrauliches Papier aus dem Bundesinnenministerium für die laufenden Koalitionsverhand-lungen zeigt, dass man sich auch im Inland noch mehr Überwachung wünscht. Das lässt auch die Verhandlungen zum AntiSpy-Abkommen in einem anderen Licht erscheinen: Unternehmen und Kanzlerhandy bitte nicht! Der Normalbürger soll offenbar noch stärker durchleuchtet werd...
The UAW Local 1714 union had its ups and downs as it tried to deal with changes at the plan throughout its 50-year history.
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Workers at a Volkswagen plant in Chanttanooga, Tennessee recently voted to reject unionization, 712 votes to 626. Automotive expert Lauren Fix, The Car Coach debates the ramifications of this vote for the automotive industry as well as the United Auto Workers Union (UAW). Courtesy of FOX Business News Aired: 2/17/2014
(Credit: RJB) June '87 news story about when the car manufacturing plant was closing later that Summer, what some of the employees did to try and prevent jobs from being outsourced and shipped overseas, so that other people's jobs wouldn't be lost in a similar way. Also included a print version of news anchor Jerry Springer's commentary about why Roger Smith closing it down was such a horrible and thoughtless decision.