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A quick briefing on AGGRAND Natural Fertilizer products regarding storage and proper mixing. Also, pasture maintenance and a man who turned his gardening hobby into an excellent source of income.
Information and News about AGGRAND fertilizer products. We also look at the Golden Gate park in San Francisco and their organic rose gardens.
Find information on increased hay production and high yield corn. Also tomatoes and Brussels sprouts.
AGGRAND natural fertilizers news and updates for 2011. Wildlife food plots, organic growing and sustainable farming.
AGGRAND News Letters from 2010, Learn different gardening and house plant growing tips. Golf greens maintenance and winter wheat production is also discussed.
AGGRAND News Letters from 2009, Learn different gardening and crop growing tips. Build a boom sprayer.
Information on organic apple farming, hot peppers, corn and house plants. Learn the environmental benefits of naturally fertilizing your lawn.
Organic farming and gardening news letter for 2007. Also, tips for fertilizing and caring for trees and shrubs.
Organic growing and natural fertilizer newsletter for 2006, Learn composting and lawn maintenance tips as well as cranberry and corn production maximization.
Liquid organic fertilizer newsletters from 2005. Learn what fertilizer numbers mean and the difference between liquid and dry lime. Also organic lawn care and tomato growing tips.
Natural and organic lawn care and maintenance. Learn the benefits of liquid lime. Strawberry, blueberry and raspberry growing tips. Cabbage experiment with Miracle Gro.
AGGRAND Natural Fertilizer information series from 2003. Contains information on Blueberries and liquid lime use. Also Christmas Tree care and poinsettias.
First, there's the environmental damage and impact on human health caused by chemical N-P-K fertilizers. Then, there's the problems of overuse. Excessive doses of some nutrients is a direct cause of other nutrient deficiencies. And there's the build-up of chemical Salts. Because these fertilizers are by definition SALTS. Everyone knows Salt is BAD for agriculture.
As the use of lawn chemicals and pesticides has grown, questions have arisen regarding safety hazards and environmental consequences. This report gives factual findings to help answer many of these concerns. Some of them may seem shocking.
There has been a lot of controversy regarding the use of chemical fertilizer for your gardening needs, because of the active ingredients used to create the materials. Critics of fertilizers argue that the chemicals used may be harmful to your family and pets, as well as to the surrounding environment. Here are a few dangerous chemical fertilizers that you should be aware of.
Although all plants require the nutrients contained in fertilizers for growth, current application rates are threatening the environment. Global fertilizer use has reached staggering amounts, and is projected to rise. By 2015, world fertilizer consumption is estimated to reach nearly 190 million tons.
A project to assess the world's ecosystems has found that the widespread use of fertilisers and the burning of fossil fuels will severely damage life in lakes and rivers around the globe.
The most important reason to keep an organic lawn? The health of your family. The second? The health of your planet. If you think those two reasons are one and the same, you’re right. Traditional lawn care products that use synthetic fertilizers and chemical herbicides not only put your family and pets at risk but endanger the world at large. That’s something we all want to avoid.