Herbs, in Canterbury, are the plants that are valued for flavor, scent, medicinal, religious, pest control & many other aspects. The parts of the herbs that are used most include- leaves, roots, flowers, seeds, resin, root bark, inner bark, berries and sometimes the pericarp as well.
Spices, in Canterbury, are dried seeds, fruits, roots, bark, or vegetative substances, mostly obtained from herbs & used for nutritionally insignificant quantities such as a food additive for flavor, color, or as a preservative killing harmful bacteria or preventing their growth. Many spices are used for medicinal, religious, cosmetics, perfumery, or for consumption purposes.
$14 million Investment in Cleantech Business Incubator Initiative Supports the Development of 141 Clean Energy Companies across the State (Long Island, NY) Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that 141 clean technology companies have been supported and primed for further growth through the Governor’s Cleantech Business Incubator initiative. The initiative has attracted more than $215 million in private capital..