Grow Tips

Organically Speaking 101

Gardening, Grow Tips, Lifestyle

As the Green Revolution continues to evolve and influence modern society, the word “organic” is becoming recognized as an important yet controversial term on ingredient labels of popular products.  As responsible and progressive consumers, many of us face the decision whether to go organic or not. While an organic lifestyle has adopted an eco-saavy, or […]

Starting Plants From Seeds

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With spring right around the corner, ‘tis the season to get ready for planting! One of the first steps towards growing your own garden is germinating your seeds. There are several ways to start seeds, whether it is with a paper towel, starter plugs, rockwool, or directly into soil or soilless medium. The process for […]

How To Take Clones/Cuttings

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It is best to take clones off of a plant in the vegetative stage.  When you take a clone off of a flowering plant more energy ill be used to switch back into the vegetative stage.Your mother plant or “donor” plant should be a healthy, established plant so you can take healthy clones.  You do […]

Preparing Your Planter Beds

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Planting your own garden can be a very rewarding experience. Digging in the dirt not only leads to a bountiful harvest of healthy homegrown produce, but it may actually be good for your health. Scientific research proves that specific bacteria that thrive in soil release natural anti-depressants that are said to increase serotonin levels, making […]

Starting plants from seeds

Articles, Gardening, Grow Tips

With spring right around the corner, ‘tis the season to get ready for planting! One of the first steps towards growing your own garden is germinating your seeds. There are several ways to start seeds, whether it is with a paper towel, starter plugs, rockwool, or directly into soil or soilless medium. The process for […]

Using House & Garden’s Drip Clean

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Salt buildup in the root zone can cause numerous difficulties, reducing plant growth and vigor by altering water uptake and causing toxicities or imbalances. Only House & Garden’s Drip Clean uses ionic bonding to safely remove excess salt molecules from the soil or growing medium, preventing salt buildup and allowing plants to thrive. Originally designed […]

Foliar Feeding with House & Garden’s Magic Green

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House & Garden’s Magic Green is the leading foliar spray fertilizer that provides essential nutrients and protects the plant against external threats such as insects and mold. With every spray, Magic Green forms a protective film on the leaves to prevent insects and mold from damaging the plant. This product will nourish your plants from […]

Compost Tea Recipe by Organic Bountea

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What is Compost Tea? Compost tea is an organic liquid fertilizer made by steeping, or brewing, compost in water. Regular applications of compost tea can boost the number and diversity of microorganisms in the soil, improving soil structure and increasing the health and vigor of plants. Some of the many benefits of compost tea include: […]

Using Nitrogen Boost for Nitrogen Deficiency

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Plants require a nitrogen boost for vigorous vegetative growth and development.  Nitrogen helps plants achieve rapid growth, increasing seed and fruit production and enhancing the quality of leaf and forage crops.  Nitrogen deficiency can actually delay flowering by increasing the time to first bloom and reduce the overall size and quality of the yield. How […]

Grow Tips: Add acid to your roots

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When fulvic acid is added to your root zone, it attaches to the most important and neglected trace elements and other nutrients your plants need so they can give you lush vegetative growth and massive yields. Mad Farmer’s N.U.T.S. stands for Nutrient Up-Take Solution and is an organic, cold water extracted fulvic acid derived from […]