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Friday, May 18, 2012

Whitney Farms for your garden

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Whitney Farms for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
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The other day I was driving around and our city mayor came on the commercial to tell the general public that the pesticides and other things people here are putting on our lawns/gardens get back into the water supply which goes to the lake which we eventually end up drinking. The commercial was a little startling, not that it was news to me, but it was a bit sombering to think of all those chemicals being sprayed on everyone's lawns right now ending up in my tap.

This year has been the first year I could have a garden and though it's mostly experimental, and not terribly impressive (as you can see above), I still want whatever food we are blessed enough to harvest to be safe for my family. In years to come when we have more money to invest and more garden to invest in, I would definitely want to look into a product like Whitney Farms®. Their organic plant food has low to no dust, no manure odor, is easy to apply, contains beneficial microbes, and the specially designed protein-based blends provide your plants with macro and micronutrients they need to grow and thrive.
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I would love to learn more about organic gardening and how I can make sure we have organic soil in our garden. Right now Whitney Farms has a $3 coupon for their products.AdvertisementAdvertisement
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