We take a field trip to see Jake Kraken’s garden and learn about his nutrient regimen. Rob Christiansen from Fullon is with us as well. OCGFAM has Full On in stock and ready to ship!
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!
It was an honor to be invited to discuss our Full On nano biostimulant at Oregon’s Constant Gardener Green Room Live!! Thanks for watching!
Amazing work by our friends and partners DavaoPonics in the Philippines!! “The effect of just small amount (40ml) of “The Juice” by Grow Switch on rice, have had dramatically lessen the use of synthetic NPKs up to almost 80%, and the needs/use of harmful chemical pesticides to 0%, and tillering increase up to 6 folds (from …Read More
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
Published on Feb 26, 2016 Grow more with less with Full On by GrowSwitch! Full On sets new levels of nutrient uptake that you will have never seen before. This is a great, organic product that boosts plants’ natural ability to convert nutrients into new cell growth. Using Full On will reduce NPK requirements by …Read More
We’re honored to have Growco as our exclusive retail partner in the Grand Rapids Michigan area. Stop by either location for the absolute best products, growing advice and customer service in West Michigan! 1042 Michigan NE Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (616) 454-6900 4640 West River Dr NE Comstock Park, MI (877) 939-6900 4hydroponics.com
by Robert Ferris | @RobertoFerris, When it comes to groceries, “organic” and “sustainable” usually mean “expensive.” But the supposed productivity gaps between organic and conventional farming may be a lot smaller than thought—and organic farming may be especially competitive during droughts like the one currently crushing California’s massive agricultural sector. A new analysis of more than 100 …Read More
via American Society for Horticultural Science, Drill, broadcast methods compared for establishing cover crops on beds SALINAS, CA – In the fertile growing regions of the central coast of California, scientists are looking for ways to increase organic production of strawberry and other crops. Because cover crops can provide weed and erosion control, determining the …Read More