Organic Fertilizer Springfield MO

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Meek's Building Center Springfield
(417) 883-3636
3250 East Sunshine Street
Springfield, MO

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Springrfield Seed Company
(417) 866-0230
1851 E Florida St
Springfield, MO
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Annuals

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Four Green Thumbs
(417) 753-5664
535 Ranch Dr
Rogersville, MO

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Bois D Arc Greenhouse
(417) 987-9524
2766 N Farm Road 71
Bois D Arc, MO

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Wickman'S Garden Village
(417) 862-3707
1345 S Fort Ave
Springfield, MO
 
Wickman Gardens
(417) 862-3707
1345 S Fort Avenue(
Springfield, MO
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Annuals, Bulbs, Chemicals, Crop Protection, Garden Center Marketing, Garden Centers / Nurseries, Garden Ornaments, Horticulture Companies, Mulch, Perennials, Pest Control Supplies, Plants, Roses, Seeds, Shrubs, Trees

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Steinert's Greenhouse & Gardens
(417) 882-7168
234 W Farm Road 192
Springfield, MO
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Annuals, Bulbs, Chemicals, Conifers / Evergreens, Crop Protection, Garden Center Marketing, Garden Centers / Nurseries, Garden Ornaments, Herbs, Horticulture Companies, Houseplants, Mulch, Ornamental Grasses, Perennials, Plants, Poinsettias, Pottery, Roses, Seeds, Shrubs, Soil & Amendments, Soil Conditioners, Trees, Trees, Wreaths & Decorations, Vegetables

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Wheeler Gardens
(417) 880-4008
601 N 4th St Ozark, Mo
Ozark, MO
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Annuals, Vegetables

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Hilltop Farm
(417) 672-2259
3307 N State Highway F
Ash Grove, MO

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Advanced Landscape Inc
(417) 869-5050
3339 S Franklin Ave
Springfield, MO
 
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The World of Organic Fertilizer

Organic fertilizer isn’t just fish emulsion and cow manure anymore -- but those timeless soil builders are popular for a reason: they work. Still, there are plenty of other options out there and some provide solutions for specific soil conditions.

Just as the body responds to homeopathic and naturopathic treatments, so does soil.

Let’s drop down and get a level view of the world of organic soils.

Treating Specific Soil Conditions 
Chances are, you’re simply looking to plant a garden and help your plants and veggies thrive. But not all top soils were created equal. Some people have to deal with impediments like sand or clay or too much alkaline or too much acid. That’s when getting very specific can be extremely helpful when introducing organic fertilizers

For instance, if you really want to promote large blooms of flowers or fruits , Bat Guano has been found to be highly effective. Bat Guano is high in phosphorous and that you see is what promotes those big, blooming fruits and flowers.

If you want to build up the immunity of your soil and make it more pest, drought and disease resistant, liquid seaweed is a great supplement for struggling gardens and especially lawns.

If you want to loosen up clay soil , sphagnum peat moss will do the trick.

Binding sandy soil can be achieved by introducing colloidial rock phosphate.

Yellow and stunted leaves can indicate a copper deficiency and can be treated with copper sulfate. Pale leaves that turn yellow means that your plants and trees are iron deficient and could use a boost of 10% chelated Iron supplements. Straight yellow leaves usually indicates low sulfur, which can be treated with gypsum. Reddish brown leaves that curl up and die is a clue that your soil is low in calcium and a little addition of limestone flour can remedy that.
Zeolite is Not from Outer Space Zeolite is one of the great new-age natural fertilizers. It is zeolite rock that is crushed in various sizes ...

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