We’ve got plenty of hard work going on this summer with the house renovation and my dad will be one busy guy. But, his first love is gardening. My dad is the vegetable gardener in our family and has years of experience with growing beautiful fruits and veggies that our family enjoys for months during the year. He’s already been busy getting his garden together, tilling up the soil and planting seeds and plants, preparing for the growing season.
Part of that effort every year is adding fertilizer to his crops, helping them along during the growing season. This year, I got the opportunity to try out organic fertilizer from Whitney Farms® and my dad was happy to put this organic fertilizer to good use in his garden. He doesn’t use a lot of pesticides on his garden, so growing with organic fertilizer is an appealing thing for us.
Whitney Farms® offers a full line of 100% natural plant foods and soils with no additives, nothing artificial,simple ingredients that come from the Earth. Helping to boost those big, beautiful flowers and veggies that we all love. I’ve always heard great things about gardening organically, so we are trying it out firsthand in our veggie garden this year.
Whitney Farms® has 25+ years of leading gardening experience and has improved their products to have:
-low to no dust
-no manure odor
-easy to apply
-Contains beneficial microbes
-Specially designed protein-based blends provide your plants with both macro and micronutrients they need to grow and thrive.
So, when I mentioned to my farmer dad that we had a chance to try out an organic soil, well, he was all over that one! Bring it on!
He’s already planted eggplant and tomatoes and several other veggies and this will surely come in handy for helping grow those plants to some good eating.
He sprinkled some handfuls around each of his tomato plants and I’ll let you know how they grow.
They are already looking pretty healthy already. If we can only keep getting steady rain, they should shoot on up and hopefully we’ll get tomatoes by July. I can’t wait for my first tomato sandwich of the summer.
How about you? Are you growing veggies this year and have you tried organic fertilizer. You can get a $3.00 coupon to try out Whitney Farms organic plant food too. I’ll take update pics along the way and show you how our garden is growing.
My dad’s only suggestion when I handed him the 2 bags of organic fertilizer was that he would take a 50 lb. bag if he had the chance.