Spirulina Powder <p>Spirulina is a blue/green algae that can be found in the world's oceans and lakes.**</p><p>Our Spirulina's high quality 65% protein is thoroughly assimilated without the worry of cholesterol and fat that other protein sources may provide. Available in powder and tablets.</p> 4 oz Powder  $15.99

Spirulina Powder <p>Spirulina is a blue/green algae that can be found in the world's oceans and lakes.**</p><p>Our Spirulina's high quality 65% protein is thoroughly assimilated without the worry of cholesterol and fat that other protein sources may provide. Available in powder and tablets.</p> 4 oz Powder $15.99

Perform your soil test by placing a sample into two separate cups or containers. Add vinegar to one. If it fizzes your soil is alkaline. If not, add some water to the second cup and stir. Add baking soda. If it fizzes you have acidic soil. If neither have a reaction your soil is somewhat pH balanced

Perform your soil test by placing a sample into two separate cups or containers. Add vinegar to one. If it fizzes your soil is alkaline. If not, add some water to the second cup and stir. Add baking soda. If it fizzes you have acidic soil. If neither have a reaction your soil is somewhat pH balanced

when to sprout, plant, water, and fertilize...also tracks hardiness and min. germination temps.

when to sprout, plant, water, and fertilize...also tracks hardiness and min. germination temps.

Miracle grow or Epsom salt fertilizer: 1 gallon of water 1 tbsp epsom salt DIY Miracle Grow: add: 1 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp ammonia

Miracle grow or Epsom salt fertilizer: 1 gallon of water 1 tbsp epsom salt DIY Miracle Grow: add: 1 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp ammonia

Know your soil - do a Mason Jar Soil Test.  I did this years ago when I first started gardening. I ended up adding sand to my garden spot. I have had poor soil conditions for the last 10 years or so and have added organic material and composted material  to improve my soil condition. The mason jar test is a great place to start.

Know your soil - do a Mason Jar Soil Test. I did this years ago when I first started gardening. I ended up adding sand to my garden spot. I have had poor soil conditions for the last 10 years or so and have added organic material and composted material to improve my soil condition. The mason jar test is a great place to start.

Homemade fertilizer for plants: Dissolve 1 Tbsp Epson salt in 1 gallon of water, water plants with this solution once per month.  Great for houseplants, roses, peppers, tomatoes, potatoes.

Homemade fertilizer for plants: Dissolve 1 Tbsp Epson salt in 1 gallon of water, water plants with this solution once per month. Great for houseplants, roses, peppers, tomatoes, potatoes.

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