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Benefits of Organic Gardening

  When we stop to look at the quality of what we purchase in the way of herbs and vegetables, from the big grocery stores, it is easy to see the great things about organic gardening and why this type of gardening becoming more and more well-liked.   Essentially, organic gardening is a process that boosts and promotes biodiversity, natural biological cycles, and soil biological actives that restore, maintain, and improve ecological harmony.   In Standard English, organic gardening is gardening that uses Mother Nature as an assistant. The primary areas are feeding the soil through decaying organic matter, which is found around the home, garden, and using natural cycles and predators for disease and pest control.   This kind...

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Compost Tea for Lawns

'Mature' organic compost is a natural and simple choice for solving those problems. An application of 'mature' compost, along with periodic applications of compost tea, will improve the overall health & vigor of your landscape. It will also lower your overall maintenance & water requirements for the summer & thereafter. Compost is simply good for your family, lawn, & gardens. Why use compost tea for lawns? It's simply the most natural choice available. Compost Tea is safe for you and your family. It contains nothing unnatural or poisonous. Your lawn will be safe for you, your children and your pets to use during and immediately after application. Compost tea improves your lawns' drought tolerance and reduces watering requirements by improving...

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Galil Soil Farm vs. Miracle Grow

David versus Goliath. The underdog versus the establishment. Today we received two ready-to-grow Miracle Hydroponic units ordered over Amazon. The Unit on the left is being used with Miracle Grow liquid fertilizer. The unit on the right is being used with with Galil Soil Farm liquid fertilizers. Good stuff. We threw Fermented Plant Juice (FPJ), Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) and Fish Amino Acid (FAA) into the mix. Should be great stuff. Looking forward to seeing the results.

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