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Capacitación en Diseño Hidrológico a los ingenieros de Citrofrut Updated 5 hours ago Eugenio Gras de Máshumus lleva a cabo la capacitación en Diseño Hidrológico del grupo de ingenieros y topografos encargados del diseño de 5,000 ha de limones en el Rancho El Águila

Eugenio Gras y el grupo de ingenieros listos para trabajar las 5,000 has con todo lo aprendido

Citrícos para abastecer a la industria juguera es lo que se siembra en estas fértiles tierras

Los inegenieros de Citrofrut marcando curvas a nivel

Todo el equipo en las curvas a nivel para hace el levantamiento.

Bajo la dirección de Eugenio Gras, Mariana y Luciano tratan de decodificar el terreno

Cosecha de Agua y Tierra, la biblia de los que quieren aprender Diseño Hidrológico en Keyline

Rogelio, jefe del departamento de topgrafía y Fernando jefe de tractoristas utilizando tecnología de punta (de palo y manguera!) por si acaso falla la tecnología avanzada (láser)

Todo listo para arrancar, Ricardo consulta con Eugenio Gras la dirección fi…

YOUR HEALTH : 11 Natural Antibiotics Hiding In Your Kitchen

By Phyllis Bentley
Posted Wednesday, January 21, 2015 at 02:00pm EST

Over the last several decades, over-use of antibiotics has reached an all-time high. The result has been drug-resistant bacteria and “superbugs” that evolve faster than scientists can figure out how to fight them. A future where bacteria are at the top of the food chain is not unheard of. Long before there were pharmaceutical antibiotics – developed in the 1940s, there were foods and herbs that helped guard against infection and disease on a daily basis. Many of these natural defenders are still in use today with holistic healers around the globe. Instead of waiting until you get sick or discover that drugs don’t work on whatever strain of virus or disease you have, you can start building up your immune system in advance. These foods and herbs haven’t lost their ability to fight bacteria. Bugs do not become immune or resistant to them. From hundreds of years ago to our modern tim…

America Is Exhibiting A Symptom Of A Dying Free-Enterprise System


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For the first time in 35 years, American business deaths now outnumber business births. —Jim Clifton, CEO, Gallup Polls

I’ve been self-employed since 1998, and let me tell you, the life of a business owner isn’t easy. It’s filled with long hours, a relentless amount of paperwork, and uncertainty of where your next paycheck will come from. If you’ve ever owned a business, you know exactly what I’m talking about.

Difficult or not, self-employment is extremely rewarding, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. Nor would the other 6 million business owners in the United States. Of those 6 million businesses, the vast majority are small “Mom and Pop” businesses. Here are more statistics on businesses in the US:

3.8 million have four or fewer employees. That’s me!1 million with 5-9 employees;600,000 with 10-19 employees;500,000 with 20-99 employees;90,000 with 100-499 employees;18,000 with 500 employees or more; and1,000 companies with 10,000 empl…