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Organic Growing

Growing a superior product is just as much an art as it is a hobby or a job. It takes the proper soils at the proper growth stages. Therefore, the right nutrients and amendments at the right times produces a quality product. All soils have their uses, such as starter soil, Super soil, enhanced soil,…

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Potassium Importance

Potassium has been identified as an activator of 60-plus enzymes. Potassium is involved in the synthesis of starches from the sugars produced during photosynthesis. Finally, potassium plays a critical role in the energy-generating processes occurring in the plant cell.  Additionally, potassium plays an important role in modulating the inter cellular environment by buffering pH and promoting favorable…

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Phosphorus and Plants

Phosphorus is an essential macro element, required for the success of all known life forms, including plants. P is especially important for early stage root development, stem strength, resistance to disease, nutrient uptake, flower formation and yield. This is a very important nutrient needed for successful super soil mix.  These high-energy phosphate containing molecules drive…

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Using The Proper Soils & Technics

Growing a superior product is just as much an art as it is a hobby or a job. It takes the proper soils at the proper growth stages and the right nutrients and amendments at the right times to produce a quality product. All soils have their uses, such as starter soil, Super soil, enhanced…

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Sucanat

Sucanat is a very important part of bud and fruit aroma taste, smell and harvest amounts. Applying Sugaree is a Great source of sucanat for final flowering improvement. Flowering takes time and the proper amount of nutrients to achieve a great final product, and Sugaree is just that product. Sucanat should be applied in weeks…

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Bio char

Bio char is very beneficial for organic and super soils. It adds all types of nutrients, amendments and other needed nourishment’s. What you need to do is save all your used bbq coals and any campfire remains and mix with your soils to enrich them. Mix thoroughly with all other nutrients and enjoy your new…

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Tomatoes and Potassium

Want to keep your garden growing strong during the fruiting and flowering process? Giving your plants the right amount of potassium is key. During heavy fruiting and flowering, plants can deplete the potassium in the root zone quickly, sometimes in as little as three or four days. Potassium (K) is a catalyst for carbohydrate metabolism,…

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How to grow hot peppers

Growing your own Hot Chili Peppers is an awesome way to add some flavor to your food and color to your home. Not everyone can maintain a full garden, but luckily with Chili Peppers you don’t need to. It can be difficult for your peppers to get started, but once they start sprouting it is…

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Growing Tomatoes

To start plants from seed, sow the seeds 8-10 weeks before the last frost date. Because spring weather can be so variable, some people allow 12 weeks from the time they start the seeds to the time they set the transplants in the garden. Set the seeds one-quarter inch deep or less in a seed…

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Solanaceous Vegetables

A vegetable plant’s carrying capacity for fruits will be affected by the amount of healthy, effective leaf area. Effective leaf area is that which has adequate exposure to sunlight and that is not excessively shaded. Plants generally have excess leaf area and can lose some leaf area before affecting yield. However, once a critical point…

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