Monthly Archives: July 2013

Who Digs Dirt? pt.2

At 7:42 a.m. on Friday, in Vacaville, California, Truck No. 17246 backs onto the ramp at Jepson Prairie Organics and regurgitates its contents into a massive heap. The sight of a 24-ton trailer tilted up on end, spewing rotten vegetables, … Continue reading

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Who digs Dirt?

Around the world, fertile soil is disappearing at an alarming rate. How can we renew and reconnect with this precious natural resource? For every unit of food we consume, six times that amount of topsoil is lost; annually, that works … Continue reading

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Become Topsoil Dependent with a Topsoil Screener

If you’ve been a gardener or farmer for a while, then you have probably heard the term that “A Great Garden Starts with Great Topsoil!”. In fact, high quality topsoil allows the sustained growth of plants, vegetables, fruits, and even … Continue reading

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Make Nice, Loose, Aerated Topsoil with a Soil Sifter

Sifting soil is important for landscaping, farming, gardening, and a number of other applications. Even if you are screening soil for a small garden, this can be a daunting task without help. Large scale mechanical aid is definitely necessary if … Continue reading

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