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Date:10/20/2009

e environment. With the high cost and lack of quality of produce available in today's market place, organic gardening has become more and more popular, so much so that technology and nature are forced to begin to work together.

For those who still prefer, or have the land and sunlight to create a traditional garden, Organic Garden Grower.com offers products that can make life much easier, such as the low cost automated Ez-Flo fertigation system. One of the company's newest additions, this system micro-doses nutrients to the plants automatically every time it waters. This gives the perfect fertilization to plants without ever having to think twice, while saving on both fertilizer and the amount of water needed.

Organic Garden Grower understands when planting in the ground, it becomes even more crucial as to what goes into it. Using organic fertilizers and all natural fertilizers to feed plants and condition soil will offer many benefits. It's well understood by the agricultural industry that chemical fertilizers, though may appear to establish healthy plants, actually deplete the soil of micro nutrients essential for healthy plant life. Maintaining the soil with organic matter such as fish & seaweed products, along with compost, will not only perform better than chemical fertilizers, but also offer better tasting, larger fruit and blossoms, in addition, longer shelf life while preserving the surrounding environment.

From the established farmer to the newbie garden grower, thi
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