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Growing Organic

Polystyrene most commonly known as Styrofoam has many problematic features when employed in an agricultural setting. High-density Polyethylene also known as (more...)

With the recent price increases in food, especially fresh fruits and vegetables, there is a real challenge to feed a family with the 5-a-day produce and fruit menu. Fresh (more...)

Organic Farming vs Hydroponics

July 24, 2011 @ 7:03 pm
posted by Larry Johnson

“Go organic” has become the battle-cry of thousands of Americans who assume that food items labeled “organic” is automatically a better, (more...)

Calcium in Plants

September 28, 2010 @ 1:15 pm
posted by Larry Johnson

Calcium uptake and mobility Calcium uptake by the plant is passive and does not require energy input. Calcium mobility in the plant takes places mainly in the (more...)

Calcium Nitrate

September 12, 2010 @ 11:02 am
posted by Larry Johnson

Also called NorgessalpeterWas originally the trade name for the Norwegian Hydro calcium nitrate for use as fertilizer. Cheap power from hydro power made it possible to (more...)

What’s Organic, What’s Not?

September 4, 2010 @ 5:04 pm
posted by Larry Johnson

We would think that this is an easy question to answer, but it isn’t. In the United States there are numerous different definitions of “organic”, many of (more...)

There is a huge and popular debate about the value of “organic” fertilizers and its methods. Hydroponic grows are also looking on how to efficiently and (more...)

Soil versus Hydroponics

September 3, 2010 @ 2:46 pm
posted by Larry Johnson

Growing in Soil     Growing Hydroponically In soil, bacteria have to break down the dirt into the basic elements of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium as (more...)

“An atom of nitrogen is an atom of nitrogen, no matter whether it came from a pile of compost or a sack of chemical fertilizer. This is a basic fact of botany, and (more...)