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Garbage attracts a variety of insects, not just crickets. Move your compost bin as far away from your home as possible. Move all potential hiding areas from near your home.

Caulk any cracks and crevices in window panes, foundation and siding to prevent crickets from getting in your home. Replace mercury vapor lights with sodium vapor yellow lights. Rake up grass after mowing and burn it; do not throw it out back in a mulch pile. Crickets are attracted to food, and left-over grass is a food source. Spray your home inside and outside with an insecticide. Cover the interior and exterior of your home's foundation with insecticide. Inside your home, carefully spray all baseboards, closets, stairways, fireplaces and crawl spaces with an insecticide that is safe for in-home use. Sprinkle insecticide crystals around your house's foundation to create a barrier the cricket will not cross. By creating a barrier you keep crickets out, but you also have a chance of eliminating the crickets that have infiltrated your home already. Using an insecticide that is not safe for in-home use can cause severe breathing problems.

Georgia O’Keeffe (15 November 1887 – 6 March 1986) was a hugely successful American artist. During her lifetime she painted in excess of 2000 works, over a period of 70 years. She is considered by many to be one of the most important artists of the 20th century, and a museum devoted to her life and work was opened in Sante Fe, New Mexico in 1997. O’Keeffe is particularly well known for her close up paintings of plants and flowers, and from the 1920's to the 1950's painted over 200 such pieces. “Pineapple Bud” is one of the most famous, and finest, examples of her work. Typical of her output at the time, it is an oil painting on a large canvas. The work is now housed in a private collection but is sometimes seen at exhibitions of O’Keeffe’s work. The origin of the painting is interesting and unusual. In 1939 O’Keeffe was sent on an all expenses paid trip to Hawaii by the Hawaiian Pineapple Company (later to become the Dole Company). The purpose of this trip was to produce two paintings to be used in an advertising campaign. Inspired by the landscape around her O’Keeffe produced a large number of paintings during her nine week stay. None of these works, however, depicted a pineapple. When she returned to the mainland she gave the company two works, one painting of a papaya, and another of a heliconia plant. They insisted on a painting of a pineapple and went to the expense of shipping one from Hawaii to her house. However, she decided to paint a pineapple from memory and “Pineapple Bud” was the result. The painting itself is not of a whole pineapple but, as the title suggests a close up of a bud surrounded by pineapple leaves. The company appear to have been happy with the outcome and used the painting in an advertising campaign in a wide variety of publications. Her work remains highly sought after, in 2014 her painting “Jimson Weed” –another flower/plant close up- fetched $44.4 million at auction, a record for a work of art painted by a woman. Pineapple Bud , is a painting by Georgia O’Keeffe, which dates back to 1939. It is an oil on canvas which features a huge close-up of a pineapple bud. Rather than depicting the fruit itself, Georgia O’Keeffe decided to focus just on its bud, and this makes the painting really original in its simplicity. The painting was in fact used in the Dole Company’s ads for its pineapple juices. Most of Georgie O’Keeffe’s paintings are classified as part of the Precisionism style. The depiction is very realistic, even though it is very simple in nature and in subject.

Since the Pineapple Bud painting is an oil on canvas, the use of the colors and the way they correspond with each other is imperative. Georgia O’Keeffe made a really good job of this, since the depiction of the pineapple bud is very vivid. Here you can find all info about Northern Lights #5 X Haze from Sensi Seeds . If you are searching for information about Northern Lights #5 X Haze from Sensi Seeds, check out our Basic Infos, Gallery, Degustation, Awards, Strain Reviews, Shop-Finder and Price Comparison, Lineage / Genealogy, Hybrids / Crossbreeds, User Comments or Threads for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database! Northern Lights #5 X Haze is an indica/sativa variety from Sensi Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±70 days ) .

Sensi Seeds' Northern Lights #5 X Haze is a THC dominant variety and is/was also available as feminized seeds.

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