|Bio Fertilizer in Gardens|
|Organic Gardening - Gardening is one favorites things people like to do during the favorite free time in the Spring and Summer. You could have a large garden at home that has many beautiful types of flowers|
|How to start a garden:
||Fertilizer (organic or chemical)
- Select the plants or seeds that you would like in your garden. Make sure you consider the hardiness of the plant for the climate you live in. Also consider how much light the plants need.
You want to go organic with the idea of a chemical-free lawn or garden.
Using organic products you can protect your family and pets from harmful chemicals and save you time and money.
You can grow the healthiest, most vigorous lawn, landscape and garden on the block.
||Fundamentals of Organic Gardening and Farming:
||Organic Guidelines: Use 100% organic fertilizer to turf and planting beds in
early spring at 20 lbs/1000 sq. ft. Repeat every 60 to 90 days during the
growing season if greater response is needed (Three applications per year
is normal.) Apply rock powders annually at about 40-80 lbs/1,000 sq. ft.
Add fish meal or kelp meal at 10-20 lbs/1,000 sq. ft. to annuals and perennials
in the spring and every 60-90 days if needed during the growing season.
Add a small handful of soft rock phosphate to each hole when planting bulbs
or small transplants.
||Application: Cover bare soil around plants with natural mulch such as
shredded tree trimmings, shredded hardwood bark and leaves, pine needles, etc. For shrubs, trees and ground covers, use at least 1" of compost
and 3" of shredded native tree trimmings or shredded hardwood bark.
Mulch vegetable gardens with 8" of partially completed compost or
||Guidelines: Monitor using a water gauge and including natural rainfall, about 1" of water per week in the summer is a good starting point.
For foliar feeding, use a siphon attachment to apply a light application
of seaweed or compost tea when possible.
7. - Weeding - hand-pull large weeds, weekly shallow cultivation
of soil to expose sprouting weed roots to the air, mulching of all bare
soil, and work on soil health improvement for overall weed control. Apply
corn gluten meal in the Spring and Fall to control annual weeds such as
||Basis of Ecological Gardening, Farming and Organic Foods|
The New Millenium Ecological Organic Fertilizer
|Biological and organic fertilizers doesn't have, for instance:
biologic nitrogen fixation, phosphorus decomposition, potassium decomposition, bio-control, biotic activation, and energy transforming.
||It can replace other fertilizers. The products are
environment friendly ecological fertilizer researched for the
sustainable development of 21st century ecological agriculture
and is the most ideal fertilizer for producing organic food (green foods).
Most plants with the fertilizer applied don't need any other chemical fertilizer.
||Broad spectrum Bio Fertilizer.
With many technologies adopted, the product can be applied in different areas, different soils and different crops.
||The fertilizer represents the development direction of the
transfer from inorganic to organic agriculture, and is the
basis of ecological farming and the guarantee of organic
||The agricultural project (product) has remarkable economic, ecological
and social benefits. All people are the beneficiaries of the product, whether they are investors of producing or the users of applying the fertilizer or the consumers of the foods with the fertilizer applied. First, making the fertilizer consumes a great deal of industrial wastes, turning
garbage into fertilizer and bringing investors good returns. Second the fertilizer user can restrain the pollution of chemical fertilizer and pesticides effectively, protect the underground water resource, improve soil and make soil richer, and produce qualified organic foods (green foods) for serving humans directly.
||Thanks to powerful modern biotechnology, the product has
less nourishment contents but higher fertilizer effects.
- Although the fertilizer itself doesn't contain many nourishment elements, but it has many bioactive catalyzing enzyme -
which can provide the plants with primary elements such as nitrogen, phosphorus and
potassium, many medium-content and trace elements such as|
silicon, calcium, magnesium, sulfur, copper, zinc, manganese, molybdenum and boron, as well as many indispensable bioactive substances such as biotin, vitamin, growth hormone, antibiotics and amino acid. It has much more nourishment than common fertilizer has.
|Resources for Organically Growing Fruits and Vegetables, and Links to Organic Gardens and Farms
||The Best of Organic Gardening|
50 Years of Organic Advice, by Mike McGrath
Biological Control, Inc.||Bahama Specialty Foods
|| Berkeley Indoor Garden
||Biointensive Organic Gardening
|| Clupper's Organic Gardens, Inc.
|| Connecticut NOFA
New Organic Grower
||Ecoland Library||Ecologic Garden
and Plant Food
|| Elizabeth and Crow's Awesome
||Espoma Lawn and Garden News
|| Garden Guides...a growing resource
to Grow More Vegetables
Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening
of Genetically Engineered Foods
|| Holiday on an Organic
|| Howard Garrett's basic
from Brisbane, Queensland Australia|| Kentucky Thoroughbred
||Lady Bugs and Preying Mantis Supplier
|| Marshall Grain Company
|| Massachusetts NOFA
||Michigan Electronic Library
|| Microfeed Trace Mineral Fertilizer
||More Organic Gardening Tips
||Natural Life Online
||New Dawn Organic Gardening
||Newsletter of NOFA
||Four Season Harvest
||Northeast Organic Farmers Association
|| Organic Gardening forum
||Organic Gardening Tips
|| Eco Travel
||Organic Growers of Michigan
||The Organic Flower Farmer
||1,001 Old-Time Garden Tips How to Grow Everything Organically
||Organic Gardening - IGA members
||Organic Gardening Magazine
||Organic Gardening -- Natural Insecticides
||Organic Gardening Q and A
||Organic Gardening-- the only way to grow!
||Out Behind the Compost Pile
|| Plant Pro Tec
|| Pure Food
||Complete Vegetable & Herb Gardener
|| Rocky Mountains - New Development
|| Rhode Island NOFA
|| Rohde's Nursery and Nature Store
|| Vermont NOFA
||Welcome to my Garden!