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OrganicGardenGrower.com Introduces The latest innovative garden products with cost effective ways to make organic gardening simple, safe and fun.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) October 20, 2009 --
It's no longer a complicated process for anyone to grow their own healthy plants, fresh fruits and vegetables naturally. As a matter of fact, "as the demand for healthy, fresh fruits and veggies grow, so has the demand of individuals to organically grow their own." states Dan DeLouise Founder of OrganicGardenGrower.com.
With that comes some new and wonderful innovative ideas that make it easier and more cost effective than ever to be a successful grower. It appears even those with limited experience or resources can prosper as a grower these days. To help celebrate the second anniversary of the New England based company, OrganicGardenGrower.com has launched a new line of sustainable garden products. With the help of products like the EarthBox, ideal for extending the life cycle of the growing season (fall gardens) and the (counter top) AeroGarden, hydroponic garden a big favorite among chefs, anyone can grow fresh organic plants all year long. Many of these new products virtually create a self-sustaining environment keeping it extremely simple and fairly inexpensive to attain. Truly, most anyone can now have the same results as a seasoned gardener the first time around.
It's no big secret that it's almost impossible to buy good produce at the supermarket these days. Too often fruits or vegetables just purchased are found to be barely edible, not to mention pesticides or chemicals used to grow them, and the havoc they wreak on the environment. With the high cost and lack of quality of produce available in today's market place, organic gardening has become more and more popular, so much so that technology and nature are forced to begin to work together.
Organic Garden Grower understands when planting in the ground, it becomes even more crucial as to what goes into it. Using organic fertilizers and all natural fertilizers to feed plants and condition soil will offer many benefits. It's well understood by the agricultural industry that chemical fertilizers, though may appear to establish healthy plants, actually deplete the soil of micro nutrients essential for healthy plant life. Maintaining the soil with organic matter such as fish & seaweed products, along with compost, will not only perform better than chemical fertilizers, but also offer better tasting, larger fruit and blossoms, in addition, longer shelf life while preserving the surrounding environment.
From the established farmer to the newbie garden grower, this company is quickly becoming one of the most trusted, online source for organic fertilizers, fertigation systems, and related growing supplies.
OrganicGardenGrower.com an earth friendly company, advocate of all natural organic gardening resources, and offering some of the best Hydrolysate Organic Fertilizer available. Organic gardeners and farmers are proudly paving the way for a bountiful future, making the demand for all natural products not only heard, but felt and seen as well.
To make next year's vegetable garden even better than this year we have a few chores to do in the fall. If you take care of things at the end of the growing season, you'll have less disease to worry about and starting off next year will be easier. When the tomato plants stop flowering and when their foliage turns brown, they're done. This is the time to harvest the last tomatoes and dig out the dying plants. Hopefully, all your hard work paid off in abundant and tasty fruits. But what do you do with the leftover plant parts?
The old foliage and bad fruits can be burned, especially if disease is suspected. Do your tomatoes have an off-color? Maybe they're black or just spotted with black. Are they rotting on the vine? Do the leaves have a mottled look or are they spotted with brown or black dots? In any case burning the old foliage from your garden at the end of the growing season is one remedy for starting disease-free in the spring. Viruses and bacteria and all kinds of blight problems can be taken care of by burning the dying vegetation.
Of course, some neighborhoods won't allow burning and sometimes it's just not practical, so instead try composting. Compost temperatures can get high enough to kill disease-causing bugs. Many closed system compost bins are available on the market in case you don't have room for a great pile of decaying leaves and garden wastes. These tumbler-type bins really speed up the composting time and as an added bonus they keep the smells inside.
The worst way of getting rid of garden vegetation is to bag it up and place it at the curb for trash pickup. Does that stuff in the bag go into a landfill? What a waste of time and effort, not to mention petroleum products in the bags and to fuel the trash pickup truck. Why waste all those good nutrients? With all the money spent on plastic trash bags and trash pickup fees, one could easily save up for a compost bin.
Compost has been called black gold because it is so valuable to the vegetable plants in your garden. If you haven't tried composting your vegetable garden wastes, please give it a try. You'll be surprised at the results and you'll be helping to reduce your dependence on petroleum, too. Once you set up a composting system you can use it all season long to take care of kitchen scraps, plant trimmings, yard waste and leftovers from the garden.
Be kind to the environment by composting your garden wastes. Instead of putting those excess nutrients in a landfill where they will likely never be useful again, help nature out by recycling those old plants into compost. Blending compost into your garden soil will add nutrients and boost the fertility of your soil for next year's garden.
Mary Petersen is an organic gardener who loves to grow vegetables and flowers right in the front yard. While tending her garden Mary can be seen using her http://bestcompactbinoculars.com/ to look at butterflies and other cool insects. Visit her latest gardening adventure at http://usethatherb.com/ and learn about using herbs.
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Compost the black gold for the garden
Using Neptune's Harvest Liquid Fish or Fish/Seaweed Blend in a Hydroponics System.When using these products in a Hydroponics System, there are a few things to consider.
The Fish and the Blend are stabilized with Phosphoric Acid to bring the pH down to 3.5.
This process keeps the Fish from rotting and stinking. Once you add water to the Fish, the pH goes up and it is no longer stable. Because of this it must be used sparingly in a Hydroponics System, or it will start to smell like rotting fish.
The following are recommended usage rates that we got from a grower with a Hydroponics System, who grows Wheat Grass, Herbs and Flowers.
This grower uses 80 ml Fish or Fish/Seaweed Blend per 75 gallons of water,
(1 tsp. = 15 ml).
Because he uses such a low amount, there is no odor. Also, he is feeding constantly, so he is giving the plants plenty of nutrients to grow.
He does not use any other fertilizers, and sees excellent results. He is paying 1/3 less for
this product, than his previous fertilizer, and it "works better"
Some growers have reported excellent results, from a fine mist foliar feed, at the rate of 1 oz. per gallon of water, once per week. When feeding this way not much product reaches the water and the plants get all the nutrients directly into them, because the fertilizers are
systemic, and go straight into the plant through the leaves.
Any future feedback will be appreciated. This is a new segment of our business and we are constantly learning from our customers. We will update this as more information becomes available.