• Flower Deadheading

    What is deadheading? When people talk about deadheading flowers they’re referring to removing old blooms that are finished. Why deadhead? To improve the look of the plant. If you have a bunch of dried up flowers on it, it doesn’t look as good. To give the plant more energy to invest in new blooms. How

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  • What job does Sulphur, Calcium, and Magnesium have in our plants?

    Secondary and Tertiary Macronutrients Part 4: #TheNutritionSeries This post was co-authored by my awesome husband Tanner Pollack. Tanner’s background is agronomy (the science of growing crops) with a focus on crop production. He runs an agronomy consulting business and farms in Northern Alberta. During our last post we explored Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), and Potassium

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