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Month: August 2013

Sustainable Farming Practices

Sustainable Farming Practices   Sustainable farming practices are in the news these days. This article talks about sustainable farming practices from a pragmatic point of view. The definition of sustainable farming is practical as well: “a group of practices designed to protect the earth from potential harm that growing crops and animals for food purposes…

Sustainable Agriculture Four Differences

Sustainable Agriculture Four Differences between Conventional and Organic Farming Practices   Sustainable agriculture is the topic. This is an sustainable agriculture articles originally published by RedOrbit under the title Understanding the Benefits of Organic Food. In  the article an advocate of sustainable agriculture discusses his 4 differences between conventional and organic farming practices.   The Top…

Living Organic Fertilizer Press Release

Living Organic Fertilizer Press Release This a unique organic fertilizer containing beneficial soil bacteria, beneficial soil fungi, trace minerals and has a 4/3/4 NPK value.Living Organic 4-3-4 Bulk Label Living Organic Fertilizer: Is water insoluble so the nutrients don’t wash away. Contains NPK AND beneficial microbes. You get two great products in one package. Contains…

Microbes can have reviving action on growing systems

Microbes Can Revive Soils Microbes can improve soil health, soil quality, and the quality, yield, and growth of crops. Microorganisms are an important part of the food web and perhaps the most overlooked part of the food web.   Microbes can have reviving action on growing systems From: Nature Farm Using Microbes in our soils…

The Role of Microorganisms in Soil

The Role of Microorganisms in Soil Microorganisms in Soil Microorganisms in soil play a key role in the overall health and productivity of plants and crops. Beneficial soil bacteria and beneficial soil fungi, like Trichoderma are key elements in the soil food web. Microbe plant interaction is as important as it is ancient. This interaction…

New Jersey Helps Pay for Organic Certification

New Jersey Helps Pay for Organic Certification New Jersey has decided to start paying for up to 75% of the costs to organic certification. This is a great idea and fairly simple to implement. Since New Jersey has about 75-100 certified organic producers, the overall expense will be relatively minor. It will be seen as…