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Rick W. – Illinois

Do you sell the Yard and Garden Insect Killer concentrate on your website? I was unable to see a way to select it. I could select the concentrate on the fungicide page, but not the Insect Killer page. Rick W. - Illinois Yes, you will need to scroll down the insect controls page to the "concentrates & ready to spray" section. Then find the option for size and select 24oz concentrate.

Nicholas M. – California

I think you guys make some good stuff and am wondering what products and feeding schedule you suggest for cannabis? Nicholas M. - California Our go to dry fertilizers for the vegetative stage we recommend are Home Grown & Premium Gold. For the flowering stage, we recommend Flower Girl. We have a great check list and feeding schedule in our Gardening Guide Magazine pages 48 & 49 (see Garden Guides page on navigation bar).

100 Plants you can Grow and Eat

Alfalfa Sprouts, Almonds, Aloe Vera, Apples, Apricots, Arugula, Asparagus, Avocados, Bananas, Basil, Beans, Beets, Blackberries, Blueberries, Bok Choy, Broccoli

Living Feed

General Brand Questions Are your products considered people and pet safe? All of our products are people & pet safe when used as directed. We use no synthetic chemicals. Our products are made of premium organic whole food, so make sure when applying dry fertilizer to scratch it into the soil and water it in well to prevent your pet from being attracted to it. For liquids, we recommend keeping your pet away when applying, then let the application dry before letting your dog or child onto the treated area. Just like vitamins, our products are safe, but too much of a…


Health PowerMustard greens are loaded with vitamin K, which increases bone formation and decreases its breakdown (osteoclastic processes). Especially helpful for postmenopausal women. Magnesium also an important cofactor for many enzymes, some involved with bone and cartilage building. (Others keep smooth muscles relaxed, which helps asthmatics.) With some calcium, mustard greens are good for bones. Great source of vitamin A and a good source of vitamin C. Besides being a protective antioxidant, vitamin A helps maintain healthy eyesight in low light, embryonic development and immune system function by helping develop and activate red and white blood cells. Vitamin A also…

Top 100 Garden Plants for Health & Nutrition

Alfalfa Sprouts Almonds Aloe Vera Apples Apricots Arugula Asparagus Avocados Bananas Basil Beans Beets Blackberries Blueberries Bok Choy Broccoli Brussels Sprouts Burdock Cabbage Cacti Carrots Cauliflower Celery Chamoile Cherries Chives Cilantro Collards Corn Cucumber Dandelion Dill Eggplant Endive Fennel Figs Garlic Ginger Globe Artichokes Grapefruit Grapes Guava Horseradish Kale Kiwi Lavender Leeks Lemon Grass Lemons & Limes Lettuce Licorice Loquat Majoram Mango Melons (Cantaloupe & Honeydew) Mint (peppermint) Mustard Nectarines Okra Olives Onions Oranges & Tangerines Oregano Parsley Parsnips Peaches Pears Peas Peppers Persimmons Pistachio Nut Plums Pomegranate Potatoes Pumpkin Quince Radicchio Radishes Raspberries Rhubarb Rosemary Rutabaga (Swedes) Sage Scallions…

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Garden Records

Importance of keeping good garden records As a beginning gardener, I studied seeds that sounded interesting to me. I read the seed packets, planted the seeds, and hoped for the best. This is how my mother did it. Over the years, I learned: • Don't plant beets too close together. (Each ''seed'' is actually several seeds.) • Thin the carrots. (Those growing too close together will be small, and might not form useable roots at all.) • Don't let tomatoes dry out too much before watering them. (Large variations in moisture will cause blossom end rot.) • And I have…