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Agriculture

Welcome Oregon’s Constant Gardener!

We’re thrilled to be working with Oregon’s Constant Gardener. OCG carries the best nutrients and growing gear on on the planet, along with real expert gardening advice. These folks are amazing and Grow Switch is honored to have them as our exclusive retail partners in the Eugene and Springfield areas. You can also order online from their website: …Read More

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Full On Product Review from 4HYDROPONICS.COM

Published on Feb 26, 2016 Grow more with less with Full On by GrowSwitch! Full On sets new levels of nutrient uptake that you will have never seen before. This is a great, organic product that boosts plants’ natural ability to convert nutrients into new cell growth. Using Full On will reduce NPK requirements by …Read More

Full On “Crushing It” In Philippine Field Trials

Full On has been undergoing organic product registration in the Philippines. Registration requires actual field trials to be conducted with the countries Ag departments (BAFS). The Full On trial with Bok Choy has just finished and we’re waiting for all the data to be completed. Test conducted at Tres de Mayo Farm, Digos City. T1: Control , T2: …Read More

Organic Farming More Productive Than Was Thought

BY LAUREN ROTHMAN The term “organic agriculture” tends to evoke the image of a verdant, small-scale farm, its friendly, overalls-clad caretaker kneeling among his rows of leafy chard to individually pluck them of pests. A delicate and labor-intensive operation that might produce a handful of lovely CSA baskets, but probably won’t go far towards feeding large …Read More

Organic agriculture has room to grow in Idaho

Carol Ryan Dumas, Capital Press Organic food companies new to Idaho could provide future opportunities for Idaho organic growers, but growers might have to adapt to meet the companies needs. Twin Falls, Idaho — Two large organic food companies are settling into southern Idaho, bringing with them future opportunities for Idaho growers. But farmers might need …Read More