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Attract Wild Birds with Niger Seed Posted On : Oct-05-2010
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Attract Wild Birds with Niger Seed
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Wild birds love seeds. When you want to attract wild birds to come and feed at the bird tables at a select farm you may use the Niger seed to do the work for you. Wild birds love seeds. When you want to attract wild birds to come and feed at the bird tables at a select farm you may use the Niger seed to do the work for you. The popularity of this seed is increasing each day for the purpose of attracting birds to gardens to feed on wild food.

Mineral Rich Seed
This seed is rich in proteins and originates from Guizotia Abyssinica plant
, a herb that is widely grown for its seed and edible oil in Ethiopia and other locations of Africa and India. This wild bird food is known by different names like nyger, inga, ramtil
, black seed. At times, it is incorrectly referred to as thistle seed.

The Seed鈥檚 Commercial Sense
The popularity of the seed has grown due to its business sense. Different wild birds鈥?love of this seed led to its marketing as one of the many wild bird feeds that birds love. Apart from its protein content, the seed is also rich in nutrients
, calories and oils, and has the ability to attract many wild bird types into the garden.

Unlike other seeds which are often hard and tough, this seed is fine and a special wild bird table or feeder accessory is required to hold the seed for the wild birds to feed on. It is recommended that one should buy the type of special feeder that has several perches
, if only one wants to see a flock of wild birds perching there to feed on these seeds. The perches can be erected out in the farm at all times in order for the birds to feed for as long as they want to feed. This is of course, also meant to establish a favourite feeding spot for wild birds out to feed on this seed.

One should however, make sure that the birds are kept safe from predators in order not to scare them away for good. The feeding tables for these wild birds should also be left clean in order to avoid the possibility of disease outbreak.

Although this type of seed is of high quality and convenient for wild birds
, it is quite expensive to purchase. Once the seed is purchased, always keep it in a cool and dry place in order to boost its shelf life.

Stainless steel cookware is becoming common in our modern day kitchen due to their durability and knowing how to take care of them will make you use them for along time. It is therefore important that after investing in this kind of cookware, you preserve them through regular cleaning which will help avoid stains and difficult discoloration. This article will focus on some of the tips to put in mind when you want to know how to best clean stainless steel cookware.

Five Sure Tips on How to Best Clean Stainless Steel Cookware:

1. Using Hand Washing Always consider hand washing your stainless steel cook ware because the dishwasher has a tendency of leaving marks on the surface repeated washing.

2. Using Warn Soapy Water for everyday cleaning of your stainless steel cookware
, warm soapy water is just perfect. You can use water alone or add a cleaning solution or detergent into the water mixture depending on the level of stain. If you choose to use a cleaning solution make sure it is mild and rinse it off thoroughly after cleaning to get rid of any residues.

3. Using a Non Abrasive Cleanser Wool scrubbing pads or steel mesh scourer do a good job of getting rid of stuck-on food, however, they will make your stainless steel cookware scratch and instead of using them
, opt for nylon brushes, plastic, and nylon-net scouring pads.

4. Avoiding Water Spotting to prevent water spotting on your stainless steel cookware
, it is important to dry them thoroughly using a soft piece of cloth before storing. You can however use vinegar in the rinse water if the spotting occurs during cleaning.

5. By Soaking this should be done if your cookware has burnt food coating which will make it a bit harder to clean. Soak in hot soapy water for about an hour then wash using a nylon scrubbing pad or some soft cloth. To remove brown stains, soak the cookware in hot soapy water mixed with baking soda then wash it after a couple of hours.

In conclusion, stainless steel cookware accumulates stains and some buildup of grease as time goes by which requires some occasional cleaning to make them look new. Since these utensils are used on a daily basis just knowing how to clean them is not enough.

You should also handle them with a little bit of care
, however if you should find yourself in a mess, the above tips should help you make your stainless steel cookware as good as new.

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