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Soil pH Testing

In this article we’ll show you how to take pH measurements in your soil. I can hear you think, why would you need to measure the pH in your soil when you already measure it in the water you give your plants? Well, your soil is alive, and…

Transplanting Dip Tip

Transplanting is one of the most stressful moments for your plant. When it's not done right your plant will need some time to recover before growing any further. Most of us already know not to disturb our plants' roots when transplanting, so…

Square foot gardening

Winter is the season of hot cocoa by the fireplace and preparing for the new growing season. While it's still early for gardening in open soil, it’s the perfect time to start building a square-foot-garden. The idea was conceived by Mel…

Beneficial Micro-life

A battle for your garden, invisible to the naked eye, is raging in your root zone. Trillions of microscopic critters are viciously competing for dominance. What are they? What do they do? And why does it matter? You may have heard that a…
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Grow Your Own: Sprouts

Summer is over, and most of us have harvested all there was to harvest from our gardens. Of course we still need a steady supply of vitamins and minerals in our diet. Well, we have just the thing for you, because in this post we’re showing…

L-Amino Acids

We’ve all heard about amino acids, but what are they really? Without them life on earth would cease to exist. They play an essential role in various critical functions of plants, animals and all other organisms. We’ll take a look at the…

Silicon & Silicic Acid

What do you think about when you hear "Silicon"? Is it breast implants? Well, that’s far from the only use of the second most abundant element on earth. Silicon is found in things like glass, concrete, porcelain and electronics. It’s used…

Project Blauwdorp

In the heart of Maastricht young people who have some temporary difficulties getting along in school, get a chance to develop themselves at Cooperation Blauwdorp. An important part of Cooperation Blauwdorp is the urban garden in the center…

Project Herberg de Smidse

Our new vegetable garden is situated in Epen, in the heart of South-Limburg, the Netherlands. Yvo Creuse is the chef of Herberg de Smidse and he came to us with the desire of serving his guests vegetables grown on his own ground. Space wasn’t…

The Power of Regulator

Check out our new poster about the strength and impact of Aptus Regulator: the only real and patented monosilicic acid in the market.   This poster will be spread all across the globe in 6 different languages in our quest to raise awareness…