- Feb 2, 2014
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Espoma products are one of the best organic products out there. It is just a little expensive and not available close by. I haven't used it but I have many friends who do and it works great. The best value for the $ is Medina. You can't go wrong either way.And have you tried this? Says Organic?
Your great grandfather didn't know about organics products because it didn't exist in his day. Commercial organic product production began in the in the late 1980's and only really got started about 15 years ago. When I started working in a vegetable patch back in the 1950's there was nothing organic anywhere of any kind except manure. There were no organic pesticides, fungicides, soil or fertilizers, just mountains of nitrates left over from World War 2 that had to be dealt with so they made chemical fertilizers out of it. And that was all we had to use. Then chemical engineers started to make every thing out of oil, insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, fertilizers and every thing else you can imagine. So, its not your great grandfathers fault nor is it yours. He didn't have organics and you didn't know or understand them. Now you are learning and it is something you will never forget.Oh sorry! OK, I'll watch it! Oh and as for headfullofbees, unless he takes back his remarks about my great-grandpa teaching me to use poision in my garden and about my acting like gardening is a religion, my name for him still stands! My great-grandfather was a good man!
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