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We have everything you need to support your organic gardening choice!

Stylet Oil is a Technical Grade White Mineral Oil used as a fungicide, insecticide and for plant virus control. The oil has no residue tolerance, is safe to the environment, bio-degradable, "Food Grade Quality" and IPM compatible. Read more...

 

CowPots™ The GREEN flower pot! Plants thrive in these award winning 100% BIODEGRADABLE pots. These pots come in several sizes that will cover all your needs. Plants love CowPots... their tiny hair roots are never disturbed. Once you have the correct growth and the soil is warm just plant the whole pot right in the ground! Read more...

Mite Rid kills spider mites organically. Spider mites aren't all that fussy and will attack many hundreds of different plant species. They are able to attack 100 plant cells per hour, and complete a life cycle in under a week in ideal conditions, spider mite infestations can cause serious crop damage in a very short time if allowed to go unchecked. Mite Rid is a cost effective organic control that kills mites. Read more...

Our fish fertilizer is produced for us by the largest producer of HYDROLYZED fish in the country. It is an all organic highly nutrtional protein fertilizer, made utilizing naturally occuring enzymes present in fresh North Atlantic fish. Read more...

Aerated Compost Tea is one of the most important components of a green program for your garden. This tea when produced properly will reintroduce necessary biology back into your garden. With repeated applications your soil will be alive again. Read more...

Worm Castings... Since I have been organic in my garden for the last 5 years I have noted a huge increase in my worm population. Worms fertilize my garden and till my soil. I haven’t rototilled my garden in 4 years and now I can drive my stakes in by hand almost 16” thanks to the worms.

Worm castings are often compared to compost, indeed are often called "worm compost." The biggest similarities seem to be vermicompost has the same basic microorganism- bacteria, fungi, protozoa and nematodes. Vermicastings are more pathogen-free with less E. coli or salmonella than properly prepared compost. Read more...



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