Organic Pest Control
- Bon Neem Spray: Uses oil of the Neem tree to fight aphids, thrips, and other soft-bodied pests.
- Diatomaceous Earth: This powder is diatom skeletons from the sea. It dehydrates slugs and other pests.
- Slug Magic: Try this if pie tins of beer don't work. This slug bait attracts and kills them.
- Garden Dust 2: Fungicide/insecticide containing pyrethrin, sulfur, & copper. Don't use when plants are flowering to protect pollinators.
Organic Products to Prevent Late Blight on Tomatoes
- Serenade Spray (ready-to-use or concentrate): Inhibits the growth of late blight and is a good once-a-week preventative spray.
- Vegetable Grower: 1 and 5 lb sizes, great vegetable fertilizer.
- Tomato Grower: 1 and 5 lb sizes. We used this on our tomatoes last year and they loved it!
- Berry Grower: NEW PRODUCT! Now that we carry raspberries, we have fertilizer they will love.
- Liquid Fish: Great foliar spray fertilizer 5-1-1. Doesn't smell great, but odor dissipates outdoors.
- Liquid Seaweed: Great foliar spray or drench for transplanting seedlings offers trace minerals.
- Revita Pro: Big bag of all purpose 5-4-5 fertilizer.
- Sulfate of Potash: Fast acting high-potassium fertilizer for fruit and flowers. Use sparingly.
Organic Potting Soil
- Ohio Earth Food Plant Pro Potting Soil: Has everything you need to start seedlings or grow in containers.
- Vermiculite: Add to your potting mix for light and fluffy texture and better retention of water and nutrients.
- Worm Castings (Locally Grown): We swear by a small handful in each planting hole.
- Compost by Agrecycle: Bag your own. We provide the 30 qt bags.
- Leaf Mulch by Agrecycle (Seasonal): Bag your Own. We provide the 30 qt bags.
Season Extension Products
- Fabric Row Cover: Sold by the linear foot.
- Low Tunnel Hoops (6' lengths): Place these 3' - 4' apart in your 4' wide beds.
- Rebar: 18" lengths for holding Low Tunnel Hoops in place.
- Bulk Cover Crop Seed: Plant this mix of vetch, field peas, and winter rye in late summer or early fall to protect your soil from winter erosion and add nutrients when you dig it in the following spring or summer.
- Tomato Cages: These are awesome! 18" wide by 5' tall and built to last.