Agromin Helps Build Agricultural Resilience in Ventura County

Agromin, along with several other local agricultural stakeholders, is proud to be participating in a study funded by a grant from the California Department of Food and Agriculture to demonstrate the benefits of soil health and “carbon farming” practices in Ventura County.   Throughout this project, we will work alongside the Ventura County Resource Conservation

How to Prepare Your Veggie Garden for Fall

Fall brings to mind images of a healthy harvest, full of tasty fresh vegetables. But in order to have your bounty of crops ready in time for Thanksgiving, you need to get an early start. Here are a few things to start doing in August and September to get your veggie garden ready for autumn.

Top 9 Benefits of Compost

If you’re not using compost in your garden — you should be. Soil products made from recycled organic material are better for the environment, better for your plants and better for you. Here are just a few of the many benefits of compost.   Keep Organic Waste Out of Landfills Just like you recycle plastic

Best Vegetables to Plant in Summer

Summer is a great time to eat — and plant — fresh veggies, but some are better suited for warm weather than others. Curious what you should add to your vegetable garden this season? Here are a few of our top picks, plus some tips on helping them grow. Tomatoes   Tomato plants love direct

Mulching Tips to Help Your Garden Thrive

Mulch is a secret weapon for gardeners. Not only does it look great, but it also helps fight off weeds, retain moisture, improve soil biology and structure, moderate soil temperature, and prevent certain plant diseases. However, to get the greatest possible benefits, it’s important to lay and maintain your mulch correctly. Here’s what you need

Top 5 Spring Gardening Tips

As of March 20, we officially say goodbye to winter and welcome the warmer spring months. But of course, with the new weather comes new gardening considerations. Want to help your garden thrive this season? Try these simple spring gardening tips.   Choose Spring-Friendly Plants When it comes to spring planting, you have plenty of

How to Tell When It’s Time to Refresh Your Soil

The quality of your soil can be the difference between a blooming, healthy garden and a yard full of drooping plants you struggle to keep alive. Fortunately, if you know what to look for, it’s fairly easy to tell when your soil needs help. And, if it is time for a refresh, there are some

5 Ways Your Landscape Can Help Protect the Environment

If you have plants or trees in your yard, you are already making a positive difference for the environment. Through the process of photosynthesis, your plants and trees remove carbon dioxide — one of the greenhouse gases responsible for global warming — from the atmosphere, helping to cool the planet. But your landscape’s potential to

Extend the Life of Poinsettias

During the holidays, keep poinsettias in a cool indoor location—away from heating vents and fireplaces. Once spring arrives next year, cut the stems back.

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