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!!!
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!
The official results are in. Full On is clearly the winner in field trials on Bok Choy performed by the Philippine Ag Dept (BAFS). Our thanks to BAFS and DavaoPonics!! Click here for a PDF of the official report. FULL ON_terminal report How much Full On do you think was used to complete these field trials? Enter …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 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
By Jency Samuel, NAGAPATNAM, India, (IPS) – Standing amidst his lush green paddy fields in Nagapatnam, a coastal district in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, a farmer named Ramajayam remembers how a single wave changed his entire life. The simple farmer was one of thousands whose agricultural lands were destroyed by the 2004 Asian …Read More
by Katey Troutman, The verdict is in: According to projections released this past fall, the world’s population is expected to hit more than 9.5 billion in 2050, and continue climbing up to 11 billion or more by 2100, if the current trend continues. But as research on world population growth and climate change moves forward, farmers, …Read More
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
by Spencer Miller, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Oregon organic farmer David Brown didn’t start off growing 400-pound pumpkins, but every fall they hold a prominent place on Brown’s Mustard Seed Farms. Starting out as a 26-acre farm in Marion County, Oregon, Brown has grown his diverse, organic operation to 80-acres while also achieving large gains …Read More
by Ellie Winninghoff, How do you profitably invest in sustainable agriculture – farms producing diverse, fairly-priced healthy food without harming the environment, but which also restore soil fertility and provide farmers with a fair living? Small farms and community supported agriculture partnerships are nice, but they are predicted in the best-case scenario to reach only …Read More