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EARTH JUICE ORGANIC FERTILIZER


Earth Juice is an organic fertilizer that is more than a simple plant tea or a fish based fertilizer. It's a complete liquid organic fertilizer that contains all natural nutrients that will not burn your plants or harm the soil.

In fact, it'll encourage the microbial activity in the soil, making it better, and improving it.

There is no hidden nitrogen, phosphorous, or pottasium boosting synthetics, plus, Earth Juice doesn't add any chlorine or use formaldehyde and contains no artificial additives or colors.

It's formulated for vegetables, ornamentals, seedlings, orchids, trees, cactus & lawns. You can also use it in hydroponic gardening.

It can be used in every stage of plant development, from seedlings through maturity. It's made from Oat Bran, Sea Kelp, Bat Guano, Steamed Bone Meal, Natural Potash, Blood Meal and Feather Meal in an exclusive organic base.

 




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Keep Some Birds Away

When you have worked very hard to grow your grapes, fruits and vegetables, it's hard to not be bothered when birds come in and take the best of everything!

A few tricks that work well are: netting over grapes, mylar strips tied to branches of your fruit trees, even blow up owls work.

If you use a blow up owl, or scarecrow, keep in mind to move them every few days so they appear to "move." Othewise the birds get wise fast and they are no good.


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