If those seedlings haven’t sprouted out of the ground by now, you may want to kick it up a notch.
It may only be mid-summer, but planted fields should start showing some progress for a fall harvest. If you’re not seeing results, an expedited approach may be your best option. And while we’re using the corny idioms we’re willing to bet the farm that upping your strategy to include innovative soil technology may just do the trick.
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The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. While it’s an age-old adage to describe a constant state of discontent, it may not be untrue (in a literal sense) if your neighbor knows the secret to healthier lawns and gardens.
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One easy to use, all-purpose organic fertilizer.
While it was never the end-goal, it became the end-game.
And a game-changer.
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June is right around the corner ushering in wedding season. The most popular month to marry, sought-after indoor and outdoor venues are booked solid during the month.
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Shedding light on common misconceptions of composting and how you can easily grow organic fruits, vegetables, plants, and flowers.
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In 2016 marijuana profitability soared – up more than 30% from the previous year. The North American market declared over $6.5 billion in revenue, making it the fastest growing market and poised to surpass even the global smartphones dominance.
Growers are noticing strong trends driving this industry, with no signs of slowing. In fact, the burgeoning market has many trying to keep pace with supply and demand of both medical and recreational cannabis products.
So, what’s driving this upsurge of opportunity?
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Mums the word. Chrysanthemums that is, and others blossoms that are perfect for planting right after Mother’s Day. Aside from being the most heavily traveled day of the year, Mother’s Day marks the unofficial start of the gardening season for many across the country.
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April 22nd marks the day when we, as a global society, unite to celebrate and support environmental protection. This year’s events will coincide with the March for Science in Washington, DC. The National Mall is set to come alive with scientists and civic organizers conducting speeches and trainings, musical performances, and a march through the streets to celebrate a passion for science and the many ways it services the world. Conservation, protection, and renewal are just a sample of the impact science has on the preservation of our planet.
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Big box stores are threatening the livelihood of mom and pop retail nationwide. Offering a variety of brands at a fraction of the cost, these one-stop shopping giants are crushing smaller competition.
Nurseries and independent garden centers are certainly not immune to the intimidation of large superstores infringing upon their market share. With loss of revenue, and possibly an entire business on the line, owners are turning to white label products to compete with giants of industry.
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Spring is in the air. Well, almost. Time to get those organic garden’s going and start prepping for a fruitful (or vegetable full, depending on your preference) harvest.
Whether you bloom fragrant flowers, or cultivate organic produce for a self-sustaining, healthy lifestyle, Organic Plant Magic has tips to help prepare you for spring planting.
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