If you want a product that is totally organic, look for the USDA organic seal. If it doesn't have the seal, read the ingredient label to find out how many ingredients are truly organic and how many are synthetic.
A central website for information about urban agriculture for you, whether you're a city-dweller who wants to produce fruit or vegetables or raise livestock, or you're a municipal policy maker exploring the topic.
Try your hand at this test. how much do you know about agriculture? (Designed for students but I'd be willing to bet a lot of adults don't know some of this) Pretty informative website. especially the states statistics on ag.
This publication provides a brief survey of observations, research, and recommendations on the use of bicarbonates such as baking soda and potassium bicarbonate in horticulture, particularly as a control for powdery mildew and other fungal diseases.
Hortus-Urbanism: A Horticultural Approach to Informal Districts in China | MAPS #landscape #architecture #design #urbandesign #agriculture #urbanvillage #connections