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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 8/1/2014 8:31 AM
In this installment of Everyday Soil Science, I will address the use of mulch to improve the moisture holding capacity of your soil. Mulch, for the purpose of this discussion, is any material spread over the soil surface to protect soil quality and preserve soil function....
By admin on 4/22/2014 3:05 PM
Here are some quick facts we want to share with you in honor of Earth Day: Instead of using paper coffee cups, bring your own next time! Plastic water bottle is another huge land fill as only 20% gets recycled Plastic or paper grocery bags are both not good for the environment. Go green and carry your own reusable bag! We each use about 12,000 gallons of water every year & 1/3 of all water is used to flush the toilet! One bus carries as many people as 40 cars! 5 billion aluminum cans are used each year Every ton of paper that is recycled saves 17 trees 84 percent of all household waste can be recycled Composting reduces yard waste volume by 50 to 75 percent! That is a lot of waste going into land fills! Garick is also celebrating Earth Day this year with many different type of promotions at our 5 facility: (click to see each facility) Paygro New Milford Farms...
By admin on 3/21/2014 10:24 AM
As the weather starts to break away from the cold winter and sunlight starts peeking out from the sky we being to think “Spring.” It may still be chilly outside, but Spring is officially here! If you did not prepare your garden during the fall, we will teach you how to prepare your garden in the spring. Let’s begin with knowing your soil from our last blog post and then learning how to bring life back to your soil!



It's best to start with a clean garden area, so any dead leaves and other debris should be removed. You can do this even when the ground is frozen, so when the ground thaws you can go straight to the soil.

In some regions it still might be too cold and the ground is still probably frozen. If that is the case then I would wait until the ground warms up so the soil is easy to work with. Working in the soil too early can harm the soil structure...
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 8/14/2012 7:16 AM
Ever wonder what's the difference between garden soil and potting soil? Which one is more preferred in what situations? Knowing these small details might help your plants thrive in your garden or at home. Let us give you a quick rundown of these two products! 
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.

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