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By admin on 9/14/2015 10:55 AM
Garick understands the importance of safety at a public playground or at home in the backyard. That's why we carry the Kids Karpet® Playground Mulch, which is certified with the International Play Equipment Manufacturers Association and the  American Society for Testing and Materials.  Kids Karpet® Playground Mulch is perfect for any types of playgrounds and the material is certified to ensure the safety of all children. Kids Karpet® Playground Mulch is natural and decorative, so not only will it look great, but it will be safe! To find out more about our Kids Karpet® Playground Mulch please visit: http://kidskarpet.com/ Kids Karpet® website you will be able to learn more about this product and other important information such as installation or FAQ.  To find a dealer near you please click here!  ...
By admin on 2/16/2015 12:13 PM
We are proud to say Garick and New Milford Farms were awarded the Project of the Year for our work on the green roof project for the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. the Barclays Center is home of the Brooklyn Nets and hundreds of other events and concerts each year. New Milford Farm shipped close to 1,700 cubic yards of custom rooflite® blend to a local grower. The plants for the roof are currently growing in trays that will be shipped down into the city starting this spring.

Below is a sketch from the architect of what the finished project should look like. 


By admin on 9/16/2014 10:51 AM


Soil Science #7: Terrior the Taste of Soil terroir photo

There’s a great debate among self-proclaimed “foodies” about the significance of microclimates, geography, water, and, of course, soil on the flavors we associate with wines, cheeses, breads, meats, poultry, garden vegetables, and just about everything we eat that hasn't been processed. I’m talking of course about terroir. Terroir (tair-WAHR) is the French term for soil often used in conjunction with the phrase gout de terroir or, taste of the soil. The term is particularly beloved among wine lovers. If you've seen Dirt! The Movie, you’ll undoubtedly recall the scene in which a well-regarded wine expert compares the flavor of the Sangiovese he just chugged to a pinch of the vineyard sandy loam...
By admin on 12/23/2013 9:09 AM
Find out how you could maintain a garden even if you are low in space and resources! A new innovative way that will help you gain more gardening space and it's easy to work with. 
By admin on 12/3/2013 9:22 AM
Learn more here on how to compost food scraps right at your home!  The Composting Council® Research & Education Foundation has release informative material that would help jump start residential food scarp collection program! They have release helpful tips on how to compost safely and what to compost. Tips on reducing food scraps, and resources to help  you choose the containers and compostable bags for your food scrap bins. This might help you start a food scrap collection in your community! This is another way we can help better the environment and the community we live in!

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By admin on 10/30/2013 7:19 AM
rooflite® had collaborated on the rooftop development with Mercy West Hospital. Garick is excited that we are the producer of the growing media and that we get to help put together such an amazing project together. Garick is an authorized distributor of rooflite®, the #1 certified green roof media in North America. 

Here are some photos of the Mercy West Hospital Green Roof :
 
   

Click here for more information and photos!! 
By admin on 10/16/2012 7:15 AM
12 more reasons why we love compost! Here are 12 benefits we find in compost that aren't in other soil amendments. 

1.) Improves soil structure and porosity – creating a better plant root environment
By admin on 9/20/2012 7:29 AM
It may seem a bit bizarre to think about spring already when fall hasn't even really arrived yet. However, there is some preparation you should be thinking about for the spring season already. In doing this preparation during the fall it will lessen the work you will have to do in the spring and gives you more time to focus on gardening. 
By admin on 9/13/2012 2:55 PM

Why top dress?

Top dress is necessary for some because of the environmental damage, such as heat and drought, which was caused during the season. The best time to top dress your lawn is actually now! Autumn is a good time to top dress your lawn because you want the top dress to be thoroughly set in with your native soil and you also want to be able to mow the lawn a couple of times before winter comes. Top dressing can be hard labor, but the results will be very rewarding.

By admin on 8/31/2012 9:18 AM

Do you know the benefits of mulching besides the fact that it enhances the style of your garden? Or maybe your question is much simpler like, “What is mulch?” This article will help you with all your immediate mulching questions. Mulching is actually very beneficial to your garden in all seasons and you should start mulching this Fall. 

By admin on 8/22/2012 10:27 AM
While the weather right now is still nice we all forget that fall is coming up soon. That also means that we need to think and prep for what we want to grow indoors. Find out what type of herbs are best to grow indoors and new tips on hydroponic gardening!
By admin on 8/20/2012 2:00 PM
Ashley Halligan, an analyst at Software Advice, recently wrote a story titled "3 Steps to Achieving Zero-Waste." In her article, she interviewed several experts in both the waste processing and facility management sphere to find out where an organization should begin--and focus--while implementing a waste diversion strategy.  
By Garick LLC on 8/16/2012 7:58 AM

GREEN MEADOW IN THE SKY

There's a meadow five stories above the busy city streets of Nashville complete with green grass and rolling hills. This green space in the sky is actually the roof of a new convention center nearing completion in the Music City. 

By admin on 8/8/2012 2:06 PM
Always want to grow your own garden, but have little space? There is always new ways to do something and vertical farming is just that. Find out how other people are doing this technique and if it fits into your garden display!
By admin on 8/3/2012 10:55 AM
Whether you have a large or small yard, a vegetable garden can spruce up any space while providing you and your family with fresh produce. With time, patience and a little work, you can create the perfect garden you won't mind tending year after year. Follow these five helpful landscaping tips to help you get started.
By admin on 7/31/2012 3:35 PM
What is the best way to freshen the air in your home? Having plants in your house is the best way to freshen the air and decrease the toxin contain in polluted air. The plants will do the job of filtering and producing more oxygen for you that is not polluted. Find out what plants are most suitable for indoor and start your indoor garden! 
By admin on 7/26/2012 3:56 PM
Did you know that peat moss has been an ingredient in our soil for a long time? Now it's an endangering product and many are boycotting. Find out why and what products we offer that does not contain peat!
By admin on 7/24/2012 2:07 PM
Hydroponic is the popular new trend in the gardening community. It has become a new gardening technique for those that do not have a yard or abundant of space to work with. Come find out what is Hydrorock hydroponic and if this poplar trend is right for you!
By Garick LLC on 7/16/2012 12:49 PM
Garick is an authorized distributor of rooflite, the #1 certified green roof media in North America. Recently, rooflite collaborated on the rooftop development of the brand new Nashville Music City Center, set to open in late 2012 or early 2013. Find out which rooflite product is best suited for your green roof!
By admin on 7/12/2012 8:15 AM
Garick being a sustainable company always work towards being greener in every way. One of the easiest things we could do to be more sustainable would be to recycle our organics and scraps and turn it into soil amendments.  At our Paygro facility we have organics and food wastes that we constantly compost. Our process of composting is rather long, but we also make sure we add other amendments to our compost to enhance the quality of our products. By composting, we reduce the food wastes going into landfill and we have a valuable byproduct! With this compost we could either grow more food or use it as backfill for trees and shrubs. Check out our “Composting Facts" page for other ideas! Our chart here displays the effect of a closed loop cycle from recycling food. With this cycle we could reduce more wastes and are able to produce valuable soil amendments to grow more food!

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