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Garden & Greenhouse January-February Cover Story

GreenGro Flower Finishser

Organic horticulture of today is essentially revitalizing an old way of thinking. In fact, just a few generations ago, all gardening would have been considered organic gardening by today’s standards. Although many of our grandparents did not understand the science behind building a living soil, they were growing organically. Their methods were simply the trials and tribulations passed down by the generations before them. Organic horticulture knowledge of today is obtained differently. A trip to the gardening section in your local big-box store will reveal multiple organic products and liquid fertilizers. However, not all organic products are the same. Organic horticulture goes far beyond which liquid fertilizer is fed to a plant. Many of these fertilizers may be considered organic but do not address the importance of feeding a living soil. More

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