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How to Go Organic in 10 Steps

#1 Plant the right plant for the site Don’t ask a plant to do something it’s genetically not designed to do. Instead, use natives or adapted varieties. Use plants that like the area you are planting. #2 Stop using bad fertilizers and chemical pesticides These items...

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Growing Tasty & Healthy Food

Only with Organics can we grow the best testing and healthiest food possible. One major reason Americans per capita, have more diseases than any other developed country is the vast majority of our food is poor quality. We can change our destiny by buying and...

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Soil Fertility

Feed the soil and you feed the world. The soil and plant have a spiritual union that is inseparable. Healthy soils will produce healthy plants that yield abundance and beauty. Certainly when the plants are healthy we eliminate the need for pesticides that are...

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Bring Back Common Sense – Go Organic

Every day the Organic movement grows stronger and more dominant. Your continued good fight is essential. The future of humanity depends on the Organic philosophy winning. Here are two more important, well written scientific articles that prove that. Please share...

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Keep Your Azaleas Happy and Healthy

For both landscaping and gardening, few flowering shrubs can match the charm and elegance of Azaleas. Springtime can bring breathtaking displays of beauty from the dazzling array of colors and shades offered by these delicate...

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Organic Landscapes Conserve Water

As we increasingly find out Organic landscape and garden management saves money. It is NOT expensive as the chemical proponents advocate. In addition to healthier and more productive plants; in addition to safer environments; in addition to reduced pest insect,...

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Mike on Mission

Last summer, we collectively scanned the skies in search of the promise of rain. The landscape of Houston was drastically changed, as millions of trees were lost to drought and the resulting wildfires. Local farmers struggled to keep their crops, and we, we...