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Past Articles Library | Organic Fertilizers

Best Garden Fertilizers

Use Molasses To Boost Fertilizer

Alfalfa Meal For Lawn and Roses

Kelp Helps Indoor Grown Herbs Stay Healthy

Kelp Can Help Save Your Fruit

Earth Juice Organic Fertilizer

Brix Mix

Comfrey Based Liquid Fertilizer

Hydrolized Fish Fertilizer

Types of Manure

Unique Items As Plant Fertilizers

Worm Composting or Vermicomposting Part I

Worm Composting or Vermicomposting Part II

How to Properly Use Fertilizer

Learn How to Read a Fertilizer Label

Creating a Worm Tower


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Is Your Lawn Dry?

Lawns need up to an inch of water each week to do well. If it doesn't rain a lot in your area, you'll have to water.

A good way to see if you lawn needs water - walk across it.

If your lawn shows footprints after you walk across it, it's dry and needs water.

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