Thursday, April 26, 2012

Going Organic with Whitney Farms

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Whitney Farms for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

It's springtime in Texas, and around these parts that means it's time for planting!  The alfalfa and corn fields are sprouting all around our community, and I'm happy to say that my potted crops are having a nice start as well...
With the media hype surrounding the pesticides and fertilizers being used on the food we eat everyday, I am all the more encouraged to garden organically and grow the best for my family.  

Whitney Farms® organic plant food allows me to do just that, with low to no-dust plant foods that contain beneficial microbes that assist in the breakdown of organic materials into nutrients.  

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Their organic plant food can be used not only on vegetables and other produce, but on all of your plants (remember those rose bushes I'm trying to nurture?).  

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I'm hoping to get my husband to build me another raised garden bed this summer, and I think the organic soilwould be a perfect foundation for a fresh crop!  Hint hint, Mr. home.made...

So how about you?  Have you started a garden yet?  Are you planning yours, perhaps?  If so, it's the perfect time to start feeding your plants with Whitney Farms food.  To get you started, they're offering you a $3 coupon - click over now to get yours!


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