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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Farmland

The USDA reports 1954 was Americas “peak” farmland year, when it was farming 1,206,355,000 acres. There was never as many acres farmed before or after. The latest USDA survey of farmland shows farmed acres have declined to 897,400,000 acres in 2019. This equates to a net loss of 308,955,000 acres
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Messages from Farmers Past

By: Benjamin Gisin In 1935, America had approximately 6,800,000 farm enterprises – most of them family farms - according to the USDA. By 2020, farm numbers had dropped to 2,023,400 farm enterprises. Most of the 4,777,600 farms that disappeared since 1935 occurred in a 55-year span from 1935 to 1990
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Finding the Right Stuff (Part 2 of 2 – The Solution)

Constantly on the lookout for solutions to problems with commercial fertilizers and finding the right micro-nutrients, Billy Egan finally had a breakthrough. Through word of mouth, Egan was told about Kelp4Less. Kelp4Less just happened to be in Idaho Falls. Egan contacted Brandon at Kelp4Less who came to the greenhouses to
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Finding the Right Stuff (Part 1 of 2 – The Challenges)

Billy Egan is a third-generation greenhouse nursery entrepreneur working in the family business called Egan’s Greenhouse. The business was started in Bedford, Wyoming in 1969 and grew from a few plants to 40,000 square feet of greenhouse space. In 1989, the business moved to their present location in Idaho Falls.
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Modern Economic Miracle

For decades, the trend for farmers and ranchers has been larger spreads with more chemicals and more mining of the soil. But is that the answer? Having a conversation with David King, of Brenham, Texas reveals that another approach is more in line with the modern world – farmers should
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From Production Nightmare to Production Salvation

How do you feed and nurture 4,650 heads of lettuce in a vertical 4-tier hydroponic growing configuration? Water (with nutrients) is pumped to the top bed where the lettuce heads are immersed in the solution. The water then flows down through the remaining three tiers and back into a 2,000-gallon
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Bloom Pack

Lightning Fast Results

Highly pure minerals and natural additives blended together to make one easy to use water soluble product. Everything you need for your flower cycle.

Kevin S
"I want to thank you for all your help and great service this year. Your products let me feed my plants the things they need and I can leave out what they don’t need. Mostly though I like being able to keep certain products on hand to add as needed. I really like being able to mix it up fresh to use as I need it. I don’t have to worry about how old or weak it has gotten. I look forward to doing business with you in the coming years. Your quick service your great products and your free shipping within the USA even to Alaska is great. Best Wishes to you in the coming years. Thank you all at KELP4LESS"
"Started using Grow & Bloom packs for about a year now with astonishing results. I’ve noticed greener healthier plants with these two products. Leaves are larger & fully extended looking for light. Fruits are larger and the taste, yummy. Healthy plants are happy plants. Highly recommend."
Jason T
"Kelp4less is the best. I have used several products such as Extreme Blend with great success. Their web site is easy to use and the staff was easy to reach with questions. They were prompt and very helpful, answering all my questions. The products or wonderful and very easy to mix and use. This is a great company whom I will continue to use in the future."
"This stuff is amazing! I’d say my bud sites are up about 30%, and their quality is top notch! Compared to General Hydroponics, K4L’s products blow them away, and at a fraction of the cost (and space in your garage!). I’m never wasting my money on any nutrient mix that’s 99% water, 1% minerals again."
Dane T
"Kelp4Less.com is my little-known secret for horticultural prosperity. With years of collective farming intelligence, their dry nutrients will outperform, out-compete and outlast watered-down competitor products. Not to mention their shipping team is lightning fast! Whether you are a newcomer or an expert Kelp4Less.com can help you on your way to lush greenery without breaking your bank account."
Kim M
"I started buying from you a couple of years ago. Every product from you that I have purchased as been wonderful. This is my first year using the Extreme Blend and awakenings. All of my Flowers and trees are about 2 weeks ahead than compared from last year. I am excited to try more products in the future. I started building my soil up with Bat and worm castings last year. I had beautiful flowers till late fall. Thank you again"
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Is Declining Food Plant Diversity a Problem?

Touch the Soil News #2000 (photo – Wheat Products – (Public Domain – USDA) Mainstream Agriculture Magazine Farm Journal, on its Website news portal call AgWeb, brings an interesting story about plant diversity.  Out of the world’s 300,000 edible plant species, only 200 are regularly consumed and out of that, only three species of rice,…

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Capital Area Food Bank – A Model for Urban Farms to Follow?

Touch the Soil News #1999 (photo – President Visits Capital Area Food Bank – (Public Domain) Food Bank News bring new insights into Food Banking that include accelerating “Food as Medicine” programs. Through this program the Food Bank provides healthy food over long periods of time to people fighting diet-related diseases.  In addition, the Food…

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Sixty New York City Schools Get Urban Agriculture Curriculums This Fall

Touch the Soil News #1992 (photo – Growing Tomato Plants –  (Jolly Janner – Public Domain) CBS News of New York brings the story of schools in New York City that are bringing urban farming curriculums, with physical labs, to sixty schools. New York Sun Works, the non-profit responsible for building out the urban farming…

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