How to Prepare Your Garden for the Coming Fall Season

With every growing season there comes a time in the fall when you have to put your organic garden to rest. Unless you fill your garden with wintertime plants, now is the perfect time to prep your garden for next spring.   Adjusting your garden soil takes time, especially if you have to add nutrients…

Fall is Coming, Is Your Garden Ready?

The leaves are turning, pumpkin spice is in the air, and everyone is breaking out their scarves and Ugg boots, but how’s your garden doing?   Iowa has already felt that first chill of fall, and the lingering humidity of the summer, but we know that autumn is indeed here. It’s a great time to…

How are MCG Biomarkers Made?

As an organic gardener, no doubt you’re passionate about taking care of your garden and protecting the environment. If you’re in a colder state, you’re probably itching to get in your garden and get the ball rolling on your first harvest. Since mother nature has decided to keep things cool, especially here in Iowa, there…

4 Ways to Effectively Use Markers in Your Vegetable Garden

Taking care of your plants throughout the gardening season is all about knowing the varieties you’re working with. Experienced organic gardeners know many plants like the back of their hands but if you’re a newbie, or you’re working with a specific variety for the first time, it’s important to keep track of what that plant…

Why You Should Use Garden Markers

There’s an easy way to clear up any possible confusion in the garden and it starts with placing markers by all of your plants. Even if you’ve been gardening for years, you could still get confused about where you placed the thyme this year or which genus you planted. This is nothing to be ashamed…

Why You Should Use Garden Markers

Though most first time gardeners underestimate garden markers, they are as important as the crops. Most gardeners believe that they are sharp enough to remember what they planted where. However, this may not always be the case especially if you have a small gardening space and you have to squeeze in a number of crops….