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Why Should I Use Organic Fertilizer?

Many of us are concerned about how safe our home garden’s fertilizer is. We want to grow our own healthy veggies, but don’t want to add to the problem of illness and pesticide poisoning. 486 more words

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Comfrey’s other name, Knitbone, is a clue to its traditional use in encouraging the healing of broken bones. Medicinally, its potential for healing wounds and bones is unchallenged due to one of its key constituents, allantoin, which stimulates the growth of new cells. 949 more words

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Biological Lawn Dethatcher and Fertilizer for Organic Soil Improvement

Thatch buildup is a sign of a poor microbial activity in the soil. Lack of aeration, excess production of nitrogen, or poor mowing practices may give rise to a thatch condition in your lawn. 298 more words

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Why Would You Want Organic Fertilizer Wholesale?

The green movement is going strong. This is especially apparent when you see the organic gardening becoming more popular. More and more homeowners are converting their gardens into organic. 470 more words

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Organic Lawn Fertilizer Concentrated with Humic Acid and Sulfur

Do you want an organic soil fertilizer in a spraying container or a root soaking lawn fertilizer to enhance plantation growth and its disease protection ability? 338 more words

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The Importance Of Organic Agriculture Products

If most people actually saw where their food came from, it would probably ruin their appetites. While consumers might visualize a family farm, the reality is that most food today comes from factory farms that use chemicals and genetically modified plants and animals to increase food production. 459 more words

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Our new chickens

New to our family 7 hens and 2 roosters. Now our lonely hen has company.

We keep chickens for the manure. The eggs are just bonus but what a bonus! 46 more words

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