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Grower takes next step in organic farming

By Scott Donnelly, GRANVILLE — For Michael Kilpatrick, the decision to become a Department of Agriculture Certified Organic grower came down to timing. There was a time when Kilpatrick felt the USDA program was tarnished by the influence of big politics and even bigger farms. And while the agency remains the target of such criticism …Read More

The State of Organic Farming, From Yesterday to Tomorrow

By Jennifer Kongs, I was lucky enough to attend the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) 25th Anniversary Conference in La Crosse, Wis., this past weekend (Feb. 27 to March 1, 2014). The conference began a quarter-century ago with just 90 attendees, compared with the more than 3,000 organic farmers and growers who attended this year’s …Read More

The Root of It All: What is lasagna gardening?

 by PATTI NAGAI Horticulture educator, Racine County UW-Extension I heard someone on public radio talking about “lasagna” gardening? Does that really work and would it be possible to try it this spring (assuming the snow melts?) — Terry, Caledonia. “Lasagna Gardening” is the name of a book written by Patricia Lanza, who has also written “Lasagna …Read More

How Can I Get More Growth And More Yield, With Less NPKs?

One of the many ways that FULL ON works is by improving the cationic exchange capacity that dramatically increases yields while significantly decreasing the need for fertilizers. FULL ON is stimulating the electro-magnetic action (cation exchange capacity) of the plants roots, which helps them more efficiently use vital nutrients moisture necessary for optimum growth. Consumers …Read More