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Old March 23, 2007   #1
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Default Organic/Growing Compendium and Resource Listing

I found this site on the net which has everything from books, products and sources. Ami
http://home.woh.rr.com/billkrisjohns...on.htm#Azomite

Here are more online resources for Organic Products. As I come across more I will add to the list. Ami
http://www.alaskagiant.com/
http://www.fungi.com/
http://www.growinggreatgardens.com/
http://www.planetnatural.com/site/index.html
http://www.groworganic.com/default.html
http://www.arbico-organics.com/
http://www.tandjenterprises.com/
http://www.fifthseasongardening.com/
http://www.biconet.com/
http://www.harvestsafe.com/products.php?catID=2229
http://www.ghorganics.com/
http://harmonyfarm.com/prostores/servlet/StoreFront
http://www.phoenixorganics.com/index.asp?cat=100191
http://www.gardensalive.com/product.asp?pn=8798&ss=compost%20tea&bhcd2=1184577 305
http://www.avant-gardening.com/links.html
http://www.fertilegarden.com/default.asp
http://foodforeveryone.org/garden_store/
http://www.naturalindustries.com/200...sheet-MSDS.pdf
http://home.woh.rr.com/billkrisjohns...mNutrition.htm
http://www.oeffa.org/tips.php
http://mycorrhiza.ag.utk.edu/
http://www.ipa.net/~steved/mycorrhizae.html
http://www.7springsfarm.com/catalog.html
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Old January 17, 2009   #2
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Ami,

Some of the links aren't working any longer. I was trying to find a source for Actinovate SP and haven't had much luck.

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Yvonne, Here's a link to fifthseasongardening that will take you to the Actinovate page. These are the folks I order from. I checked most of the links and they seem to be working OK. Ami

https://fifthseasongardening.com/cat...2aa48&x=6&y=15
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thanks, ami. i love peaceful valley!
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Thanks very much Ami, this company is so close I could drive there on a weekend road trip.

Do you store your Actinivate from one year to the next or do you buy fresh every year?

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Yvonne, normally 2oz is enough for my gardening needs during the growing season, about 40 tomato plants worth. Like I've posted before a little goes along way. Shelf life for Actinovate is guaranteed for 12 months. Ami
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Here is another store I use, it's not just for Pumpkins Growers.

http://www.extremepumpkinstore.com/
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A picture is worth a thousand words. This is a picture of my most liked plant helpers this year (2011). Raybo thanks for testing most of these for us and Ami thanks for explaining why.
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We are having wonderful results from using Superfifty, a seaweed extract from BioAtlantis, I will snap a photo of the bottle later
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