Whether you operate a large commercial farm or a small backyard garden, nutrient deficiencies can happen with both organic farming and commercial agriculture. To produce healthy yields, it is important to understand which nutrient deficiencies are common in organic crops and how to cure them.
That Great Wall of China is really meant to keep U.S. products out. Welcome to the world of tainted baby formula, dog food, toxic toys, industrial farm chemicals, corruption, substitution of phony products, and the most polluted air and water on the planet. “Health food” raw materials have been coming to the U.S. from China….
The issue of pesticide migration from farms that use them onto farms that do not has become an important problem in modern agriculture. Equally important is the problem of drift or migration of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) from farms that utilize them, onto neighboring farms that do not. When farms were all spread out in…
Fertilizing with fish might sound like some kind of newfangled all-natural farming practice, but it’s actually been popular since the ancient Egyptians used fish to make crops more fertile. Fish fertilizer offers a few unique benefits where artificially-manufacturers products fall short.
Sprouting is one the hottest buzzwords in gardening these days; however, the principles behind growing and eating spouts go back thousands of years. So what is sprouting and what’s all the fuss about?
Seagate’s artichoke farm uses drip irritation and fish fertilizer. Fertilizer does not have an expiration date. It is supposed to decompose. This is the first time that we ever received a question concerning the shelf life of Fish Fertilizer. However, this question is valid and gives us the opportunity to discuss how fertilizers work. A…
A wildlife garden is a growing space designed to attract a variety of animal habitats to minimize the need for maintenance and human intervention. Because wildlife gardening promotes biodiversity and aids natural pest control, many organic farmers incorporate these techniques to larger plots of agricultural land.
Organic farmers across the country have been worried about how new food safety rules by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will affect their agricultural businesses. Critics say the proposed rules go too far, essentially spelling the end of organic and sustainable farming as we know it in America.
There’s a national emergency in organic farming today, and it has nothing to do with pest control, food supply, or consumer demand. The country’s most knowledgeable, experienced, and successful organic farmers have reached their golden years, and they’re worried about who will manage their farms in the future.
A customer in Duncanville recently wrote this email to Seagate concerned about discovering that Seagate operates farms in Mexico. Comments: I much prefer taking olive leaf than going on antibiotics. However, I was shocked to read on your label that this product is actually grown in Mexico; I thought it was from your farm in…