FEBRUARY 13, 2019 JESSIEJAHMIST LEAVE A COMMENT Excellent post from our good friend and partner Jessie in the Philippines Definition – What does Biostimulant mean? Biostimulants are made up of a variety of biological substances, microorganisms, and compounds that can be applied directly to plants, seeds, or soil to improve a plant’s vigor, increase crop yields, and relieve …Read More
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G & J Distribution is now our exclusive distributor in Michigan We’re excited to be working with G & J Distribution. These guys are on point and all about delivering results. If you’re a retailer or commercial cultivator, let G & J show you how to add to your bottom line and take your produce …Read More
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
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!
Mike from Fullon is on the show. He’s talking about Fullon, but more so about how plants work–It’s a deep dive in a short segment–well worth the watch time. For more info contact 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!
Always an honor and a pleasure to see our friends and the awesome crew at Oregon’s Constant Gardener’s Green Room Live.
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