Vermicast as a Fertilizer

Vermicast as a Fertilizer

Worms have been tirelessly toiling away, building soil in the same manner as their ancestors 600 million years ago.  The work that they do may be one of the most important and undervalued positions, but through their physical action and the castings produced, worms...
Denitrification and Volatilization, Why Do They Matter?

Denitrification and Volatilization, Why Do They Matter?

All life on the planet relies on Nitrogen. Nitrogen, a chemical element, is vital for plants because it’s a major component of chlorophyll, the compound by which plants use sunlight energy to produce sugars from water and carbon dioxide (photosynthesis)....
Why are Humic and Fulvic Acids so good for plants?

Why are Humic and Fulvic Acids so good for plants?

The composition of your soil plays a critical role in your plant’s health and development In nature, plants grow according to the chemical composition of the ground where their seeds happen to fall. Sometimes, this means growing in a fertile, flourishing environment...
Foliar Feeding Explained

Foliar Feeding Explained

Foliar Feeding Explained What is Foliar Feeding? Most information you read regarding nutrient uptake refers to root feeding, that is applying the nutrient solution directly to the root zone. However, it is also possible to feed plants by applying nutrients to their...
Identifying Nutrient Problems

Identifying Nutrient Problems

Everything You Need to Know About Fixing Nutrient Problems Plants need correct ratios and levels of properly-configured nutrients if they are to grow, bloom and yield. During a plant’s life cycle, it needs different types and ratios of nutrients. If you are growing...