terracotta-dec22

Planters Matter

Planter Structure Planters, often used synonymous with pots, play a big part in the world of agriculture from home gardening to commercial greenhouse growing.  Whether you have one large terracotta...
hornet-296088_1920

Beneficial Bugs

Today we’re going to wrap up our posts on pest series telling you about a few insects that can be beneficial to your garden and how.   Bees Most everybody knows from school that bees pollinate...
ladybug-242152_1280

Bugs Aren’t All Bad

Firstly, not all bugs are bad. In fact, some are even integral to the eco-system, and in keeping your soil aerated while moving around nutrients within the soil. Sadly these beneficial bugs usually fall victim...
weevil-543582_1280

Be Pesticide Smart in 2015

Pesticides are simply not received with open arms from consumers which is a sad fact because they are missing out on the benefits of using natural pesticides that can be used even in organic gardens.  The...
pesticides-Dec12

Understanding Pesticides

Pesticides are defined as: a substance meant for attracting and then destroying, or mitigating any pest, and are a class of biocide. Granted, that is the technical definition …with the more “public...
IMG_8307

Soil Health Continued

Increase Soil Health with Grazing Animals & Mulch In our continued effort to reiterate the importance of soil health, we wanted to touch on how grazing animals could positively impact soil. Now we...
IMG_8299

Soil Health Explained

Healthy Soil for a Healthy Harvest Growing Society’s main objective is to help you grow your own food source, and in this blog post we wanted to touch on a subject that relates to such matters –...
750x400-TIP-FERTILIZER

Hydroponic Tip: Fertilizers

What is the difference between the fertilizers I find at the garden centers and box stores to the fertilizers found at quality hydroponic stores? For one, garden centers and box stores sell supplies to...
750x400-TIP HEADER

Growing Tip: Temperature

Maintaining proper temperature is crucial for a successful harvest. Many fast growing annuals that have high light requirements prefer daytime or lights on temperatures of 75 - 85 degrees Fahrenheit and a drop...
750X400-HEADER-CATEGORIES-GROWING-TIP

Growing Tip: Support

Plants that are grown for their heavy fruit or flowers are often found slumped over with bent or even broken branches. It is always a great idea to plan ahead and either stake, employ tomato cages or put up a...