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12 Aug

Providing Solutions to Fertilizer Challenges: SoilPlex & FertaFlow

Plant & Soil Doctor Talks Benefits of Humic Acid & Organic Solutions

As challenges related to fertilizers increase, more people are looking for solutions and alternatives. From fertilizer shortages to nutrient pollution in water, Kerry Johnson, who holds a PhD in horticulture and a PhD in Agronomy, among other degrees, shares ways we can mitigate some of those growing challenges, whether from our home lawn, garden, golf course or farm.

“As I may expound on things, like soil structures, a home gardener will say, ‘Great, Doc. But, how does that apply to me, here in the garden?’” 

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03 Jun

Growth on ‘Horizon’ with 6 Summer Landscape Supplies

Horizon adds more Geoponics products to their landscape supply line just in time for summer. Several of these summer landscape supplies are ideal for overcoming drought and water restrictions. They are products for lawns, gardens and sport fields.

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19 May

Starting Seeds: Part II Community Gardening with UF/IFAS

We are now starting seeds received by UF/IFAS in their encouragement of community gardening. About 10 days ago, we picked up our free seed packets from our local Extension Office. Today, we are setting out to germinate the seeds. The seed varieties we are starting are cherry tomatoes, bell peppers and Italian eggplant.

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17 May

Propagating Fruit Trees Plus Organic Fertilizer

Propagating and Organic Fertilizer for Fruit Trees

Gardening with Geoponics got interesting this week when we branched out to explore expert tips about propagating fruit trees. We learned how easy and quick it is to propagate many fruit trees using the air layer method. And, we swapped organic fertilizer tips with other expert growers.

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09 May

Extension Office Seeds and Support

Today, we got our Extension Office seeds.

When we learned that nearly 60 University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences extension offices across the state were offering seeds to promote community gardening, we were immediately excited to participate.

We hope you’ll get your seeds and follow along. We will share the growing process with you, each step of the way.

There are extension offices like this across the U.S. that offer similar ways to support growers– whether farmers, community gardeners, agricultural professionals or simply a home gardener.

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26 Apr

Spring Water and Soil Solutions for Turf

Duration Soil Surfactant & SoilPlex Humic Acids Provide Perfect Combo for Improving Water Management

Geoponics offers two products that when combined add a perfect combination for optimal water management this spring and summer. Duration is a soil surfactant and wetting agent. SoilPlex provides humic and fulvic acids. Together, these two products optimize the benefits of the other, while improving nutrient uptake, water holding capacity, oxygen balance, pH balance and so much more. Best of all, they are very affordable.

Duration and SoilPlex are ideal for improving turfgrass conditions this spring and summer during drought and/or high winds. Increase the grass’s tolerance to drought and provide improved soil conditions.

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22 Apr

Earth Day with Geoponics

What are your plans for Earth Day?

Geoponics isn’t just our company. It is an Earth-based science. It’s about growing in the soil. So for us, every day really is Earth Day. Still, we have plans to make it special and have ideas to share with you.

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21 Apr

Geoponics Introduces Grizzly Palm Mix

Geoponics introduces its newest product available now, Grizzly Palm Mix. This micronutrient fertilizer is ideal for palm trees and other ornamentals. This prevents yellowing, browning and curling of palm leaves. Grizzly Palm Mix corrects the nutrient deficiencies that lead to these and other permanent injuries to palms.

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13 Apr

Bunny in the Garden

Tips for Gardening with Rabbits

Easter weekend is upon us and wouldn’t you know, we found a bunny hutch in a garden. Bunny hutches are interesting because sometimes they don’t look like much at all.

But this Easter Bunny has clearly hopped out of his hutch, leaving a small empty hole – and some fur – behind.

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05 Apr

Geoponics Green Lawn Recipe

5 Ingredients to Enjoy a Green Lawn Now

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