Understanding The Role And Importance Of Humic Acid Supplements

25 April 2018
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When it comes to the quality of soil in an agricultural environment, one of the things that many new owners overlook is the humic acid content in the soil. Humic acid is a naturally occurring substance in soil, but when it's in a concentration that's too low, it won't be as effective. Since modern agricultural processes deplete humic acid in the soil, and that acid is necessary for microbial stimulation and feeding vital insects, you should understand its role and what you should do about it if you're creating a new farm or working organic farmland. Read More 

Why Every Farmer And Gardener Needs To Compare Chemical And Organic Fertilizers

7 October 2017
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Are you a farmer? Perhaps you are someone who has your own garden and enjoy producing your own produce. Under both of these instances, you have likely heard about the trend of organic foods. You may have never considered organic fertilizer for farming though. Many farmers and gardeners use chemical fertilizers. This is mainly because it has been the norm for many years. You may have never considered how chemical fertilizers impact the environment. Read More 

Is It Necessary For Small Operations To Have A Fire Safety And Prevention Plan?

4 June 2017
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You may have heard that a fully-written fire safety and prevention plan isn't strictly necessary for your small plant, construction, or agricultural operation. It's true that in some limited circumstances, OSHA doesn't mandate a written plan. However, it's still very important that you have one. What Does OSHA Say About It? OSHA strongly recommends all employers have an emergency action plan and a fire prevention plan. Of course, this is a recommendation, not a requirement. Read More 

Keep Pests At Bay With Garlic: It Repels More Than Vampires

9 January 2017
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You may have heard the myth about how garlic repels vampires, but did you know that garlic can also be used as an effective natural pesticide for your garden plants? With so many families and environmentalists concerned about using toxic chemicals as pesticides, it helps to find natural "green" alternatives to use. After all, you wouldn't want your children or pets exposed to toxins in your home or outside in the garden. Read More 

3 Preparation Tips For Successfully Installing Sod In Your Lawn

2 December 2014
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If your lawn has bare spots, you may decide to spruce it up by laying down sod. Before you begin, however, increase your chance of a successful installation by using the preparation tips listed below. Select The Right Sod For Your Region Before you choose the type of grass you want in your lawn, do a little research on the type of sod that will do best in your region. This is important because not all grass will grow in certain climates. Read More