Converted Organics was proud to join thousands for the largest gathering of organic farming professionals at Ecofarm 2015. We were one of near 70 vendors that had a booth space rich in information & advice on high performance agriculture. We look forward to Ecofarm 2016.
In a number of laboratory and field trials, the liquid product has been shown to be effective in mitigating powdery mildew, a leaf fungus that affects most plants and grasses and restricts the flow of water and nutrients to the plant. Our products can be used on a standalone basis or in combination with more […]
The Gonzales facility is a state-of-the-art production facility that services a strong agribusiness customer base through established distribution channels. This facility uses our proprietary technology and process known as the High Temperature Liquid Composting, or HTLC, system, which processes various biodegradable waste products into liquid food waste-based fertilizer and feed products.
(CNNMoney.com) — Forget the conventional wisdom that says veggies must be grown on vast farms in the Midwest. What if commercial-scale crops took root inside cavernous city warehouses, without sunlight or soil?
Call it urban farming 2.0. Over the past decade, city agriculture has largely been the province of non-profit organizations, school groups, renegade gardeners and […]
How to break your lawns addiction to synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides
Looking out her kitchen window one day, Libby Scancarello watched as her three kids, two dogs, and one cat all gamboled happily together on her lush, green lawnand freaked out.
I just kept thinking that the chemicals we had sprayed on it every year probably […]
Walt Whitman called weeds “plants whose virtues have yet to be discovered.” Lawn owners would surely agree with him. Unfortunately, they often resort to the nearest weapon — chemicals — when common sense, elbow grease, and ingenuity could do the trick.
The nonprofit organization American PIE (Public Information on the Environment) notes that callers to its […]
FOR most Americans the ideal yard is a weedless lawn. Garden writers may extol alternatives like ground covers and wildflower meadows, but a picture-perfect green velvet rug has remained the goal, even though attaining it seemed to require an arsenal of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides.
But that is beginning to change as organic lawn care companies […]
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — The clean-sounding catchword “organic” is fueling buzz in perhaps the dirtiest of products: fertilizer.
While organic products represent a tiny share of the $40 billion fertilizer market in the U.S., demand is growing along with that for organic foods and other items. This has prompted several companies, mostly small and regional but […]