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Renewable Carbon Management - NaturTech® Composting System
Our technologies can manage the organics from the municipal solid waste stream, agricultural residuals, food processing by-products, livestock manure, and wastewater treatment biosolids (raw or digested) ...
Additional Improvements at Manufacturing Facility Expand Production Capacity
Organic Growing Systems Inc., a subsidiary of Advanced Growing Systems, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: AGWS), announced today a major step forward toward broad commercialization of its organic fertilizer lines with the introduction to the marketplace of the Company's newly designed plastic bag.
Staber Industries Energy and Water Saving Washing Machines
Stabers' unique product offers major water and energy savings compared to traditional washing machines.
The Reese "Tipi Cold Frame" green houses extend our growing seasonThe Reese "Tipi Cold Frame" green
Reese "GreenHouse Tipis" will extend the growing season in any climate. Out unique design lets you use our GreenHouse Tipi" as a greenhouse, hotbed or cold frame depending on your needs and budget ...
New Organic Producer Web Experience
www.organicproducermag.com offers new customer needs-based Solutions Center,  plus more ways to access useful information through customer-tested designs...
by Organic Producer Magazine
Goodness Greeness - New Partnership Benefits Beginning Farmers
Goodness Greeness and the CSA Learning Center at Angelic Organics have recently joined resources to connect local growers with the Midwest’s thriving organic market.
by Mercedee Renz
Sand Creek Post and Beam - An Interview
Sand Creek Post and Beam barn kits come in five different styles with options and add-ons such as cupolas to fill just about any application. Horse owners, dairy farmers, and any livestock owner would benefit from a Sand Creek barn.
by Joe Broderick
They that Sow in Tears, Shall Reap in Joy
After examining Canadian farmer Theresa Claey’s Echinacea crop, plant scientists from the University of Manitoba told her that she may have developed her own variety of the medicinal herb.
by Adrian Crabb

 


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