Organic Soil Amendments: Coast of Maine Bumper Crop & Radio Host Alan Summers
If you recall from our blog last week, What is Organic Gardening? Advice from Maryland Garden Center, your garden grows better organically. The soil is able to retain more moisture without added synthetic substances, making plants more drought tolerant and disease resistant. So instead of using harsh chemicals and fertilizers, consider using organic soil amendments, which contain both microbes that break down food sources and turn them into nutrients for your plants and neutral pH levels that can encourage root systems to extract additional nutrients.
So which is the best type of organic soil amendment? Garden Club radio personality Alan Summers highly recommends Coast of Maine brand Bumper Crop and Lobster Compost for planting and transplanting trees and shrubs.
“Coast of Maine Bumper Crop is the most complete high quality soil amendment I’ve found,” said Summers. “It builds both clay and sandy soils and gives new plants the highest probability of successfully establishing and growing on to produce at peak levels. Lobster Compost stops blossom end rot in tomatoes and also yields much sweeter tomatoes, peppers and other vegetables.”
Before hosting a call in radio show on gardening, Alan spent most of his life owning and operating his own gardening center. Today, Alan can be heard on the radio on 680 AM WCBM in Baltimore on Saturday mornings from 7:00-8:00am or on the web at WCBM.com at the same times.
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Ace Home & Leisure in Edgewater is one of the few retailers in the Baltimore area that carries the “Coast of Maine” Bumper Crop, an exclusive organic soil builder that contains Endo and Ecto Mycorrhizae and all natural ingredients.
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