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A compassionate gardening company that specializes in providing nutrient-enriched soil for cultivation has recently started a marketing partnership with marijuana powerhouse the Medical Cannabis
Pots of annuals make a stunning addition to a patio or landscape.
Discover the secret to spring gardening success with growing mixes from PRO-MIX. (PRWEB) March 19, 2014 All great gardeners share one secret to success:
Say “I Love You” with just the right plant for your sweetheart. Miami, Fl (PRWEB) February 14, 2014 Flowering plants provide a breath of fresh air
Gardening expert Melinda Myers shares tips on successfully growing edibles while incorporating them throughout the landscape. Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) March 27,
In the past year EcoScraps has grown from a parking lot, to an abandoned shed to the manufacturing plants they currently run in Utah and Arizona. Their organic soil is now sold in Oregon, Utah, Arizona and Colorado. They have plans to expand in the near future.
Peat, or semi-decayed vegetation matter, has been used by commercial growers and amateur gardeners since the middle of the 20th century.
Consumers have embraced the green lifestyle -- not as a fad, but as a new way of life for their entire family. According to a recent Harris poll on green living, supported by the Nature Conservancy, 53 percent of consumers have taken steps to green their lives.
By Collins, Kris Kris Collins takes a look at some of the latest products and services on show at this year's Four Oaks A host of regular Four Oaks exhibitors and first timers will be using the show as the launchpad for the latest product and service introductions and revamps.
By Buzz Bertolero Q: What is the difference between compost, soil conditioner or amendments and topsoil? This gets very confusing since there are so many different varieties and brands. Is one better than another? A: Yes, it is easy to get confused. They're often referred to interchangeably.
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