Kiss The Ground Film

If you want to learn more about how compost creates healthy soils watch the movie Kiss the Ground and how it reveals that, by regenerating the world’s soils, we can completely and rapidly stabilize Earth’s climate, restore lost ecosystems and create abundant food supplies.

Bio Mulch Spreading For Agriculture!

Agromin supplies organic soils, amendments, and mulches to homeowners, landscapers, and ranchers throughout California! Here you will see Agromin and ranch workers spreading BioMulch to a lemon grove in the Santa Paula foothills

Need A Mulch Delivery?

     Does your garden need a touch up or your soil need protection from the summer heat? As the summer heats up and more people go outside, it is a great time to get your garden or landscape looking the way you want it to. With our barks and mulches, your garden will not

International Compost Awareness Week: May 3-9, 2020

Compost is important for improving or maintaining high quality soil, growing healthy plants, reducing the use of fertilizer and pesticides, improving water quality and protecting the environment. Organics recycling plays a key role in keeping valuable materials out of landfills.   California Compost Coalition “Digging on Victory Gardens” Newsletter:  20-05 Newsletter – Victory Garden Insert

Let’s Grow A Garden 2020

Fun, kid-friendly gardening activities from Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG)  are now available for children who are at home due to COVID-19 school closures. SEEAG, a local leader in agriculture education, conducts learning programs in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties at schools and farms where it teaches students how food is grown, healthy eating

Understanding the Basics of Organic Waste Recycling

When you think of recycling, the first things that probably come to mind are paper, cardboard, cans, bottles and plastic. But organic waste, like leftover food or yard trimmings, is recyclable too. And not only is recycling these items better for the environment, it’s also the law.   With California Senate Bill 1383 in place,

5 Reasons to Refresh Your Soil

Is your soil hard and compact? Is it cracking and failing to absorb water? If so, it might be time for a refresh. Poor-quality soil can contribute to pest problems, too much or too little water for your garden, insufficient nutrients, and ultimately, unhealthy plants. On the other hand, refreshing your garden regularly with organic

How to Keep Your Garden Healthy During the Holidays

The holiday season is fast approaching, bringing with it quite a few gardening challenges. From cold weather and busy schedules to working around holiday yard decorations, this time of year can be as tough on our plants as it is on our waistlines. Feeling overwhelmed? Here are a few stress-free tips to keep your garden

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

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