Team Full On has 2 Winners in National Top Ten Quality Competition We’re still in awe at Jessie’s and Pipo’s amazing wins at the Philippine Cacao & Chocolate competition. Jessie and Pipo BOTH placed in the Top Ten for quality cacao beans and the only two growers using Full On. This competition is no joke …Read More
Great show and awesome information with Will McClatchey and Jake Kraken!
We’re back at Kraken Gardens for an update. Good progress in the garden and great conversation. We’re talking about gardening and we even get into some life-the-universe-and-everything stuff. OCGFam.com
Christopher and the guys downstairs have been doing a side-by-side experiment. Nectar for the Gods on both sides and Fullon on one side to see how Fullon can improve a Nectar Grow. Huge shoutout to the crew at Oregon’s Constant Gardener and the amazing #NectarFam!!!
Always an honor to be with Bob and the amazing #NectarFam at OCGFam.com!
We’re thrilled to be working with Oregon’s Constant Gardener. OCG carries the best nutrients and growing gear on on the planet, along with real expert gardening advice. These folks are amazing and Grow Switch is honored to have them as our exclusive retail partners in the Eugene and Springfield areas. You can also order online from their website: …Read More
Full On has been undergoing organic product registration in the Philippines. Registration requires actual field trials to be conducted with the countries Ag departments (BAFS). The Full On trial with Bok Choy has just finished and we’re waiting for all the data to be completed. Test conducted at Tres de Mayo Farm, Digos City. T1: Control , T2: …Read More
BY LAUREN ROTHMAN When you think of organic farming, your mind’s eye might lead you to the carefully tended rooftop gardens of US metropolitan areas, or to Italy, where rich volcanic soils burst with pristine San Marzano tomatoes. But it’s actually the world’s developing nations that are leading the way in chemical-free agriculture—and as a whole, …Read More
BY LAUREN ROTHMAN The term “organic agriculture” tends to evoke the image of a verdant, small-scale farm, its friendly, overalls-clad caretaker kneeling among his rows of leafy chard to individually pluck them of pests. A delicate and labor-intensive operation that might produce a handful of lovely CSA baskets, but probably won’t go far towards feeding large …Read More
Carol Ryan Dumas, Capital Press Organic food companies new to Idaho could provide future opportunities for Idaho organic growers, but growers might have to adapt to meet the companies needs. Twin Falls, Idaho — Two large organic food companies are settling into southern Idaho, bringing with them future opportunities for Idaho growers. But farmers might need …Read More