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NPK IN VERMICAST

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We’ve been exploring NPK in organic and chemical fertilizers; a quick look at today’s diagram shows a simple view of the Nitrogen cycle that makes the whole deal work.  The question for you is whether or not to support chemical … Continue reading

STAY CALM AND GROW ON

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It has been a hell of a week!  Unless you’ve understandably decided to go right ahead and hide under a rock, you are most likely a bit more stressed than usual.  It’s not often we run into the threat of … Continue reading

INTERNATIONAL PERMACULTURE DAY!

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International Permaculture Day, a wonderful way to celebrate sustainable living, follow the link to find an event near you.  http://www.live.permacultureday.org/  

SPRING NEWS

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Now that what seemed like our never ending winter season has turned into the beginnings of spring, it’s time for us to gear up and branch out.  NATURE’S PERFECT PLANT FOOD has some exciting plans for next few months.  We’ve … Continue reading

VERMICAST; A TESTAMENT

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In a heartfelt testament to the power of Vermicast, Mike and I have busted out in photos.  The original idea behind our business was and is the growth and sale of “the best vermicast ever”, this product works like a … Continue reading

CALLING ALL CATTLE PRODUCERS

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Does the image on the left look familiar…. if you are in the romantic world of cattle production it should.  Ask any farmer what they do all day and if they’re honest they’ll tell you “I shovel sh*t all day … Continue reading

TIME TO GET YOUR WORM POO ON

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These innocent looking piles of straw hide the heart of our vermicomposting operation.  Beneath their insulating warmth lies a world teeming with life.  This photo was taken last fall in preparation for the coming winter months, little did we know … Continue reading

PROGRESS ON TURLE ISLAND

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We once again had the pleasure of joining Traditional Cultivator Audrey Logan at the Dufferin school community garden to check on the progress of Turtle Island.  You may remember the garden design as a representation of the First Nations creation … Continue reading

WHERE ARE THE WORMS

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We have been fielding calls of late from gardeners looking for worms, Earthworms that is not Red Composting worms.  When they are getting the garden ready for spring the wise producer does a worm count.  When you turn the soil … Continue reading

TURTLE ISLAND

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  The main mound plot at Dufferin school garden is ready for planting, we met with Audrey Logan to begin preparing the area. This gathering was during “rest” week on the moon cycle. If you need back ground info on … Continue reading