Beju April 2015 Events

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Spring is here! We are heading to a few events this month and would love to visit with our customers, as well as others who may be interested in our organic plant food. Please contact Mike Horne, our Lawn & Garden Specialist, for more information at mikeh@bejuplantfood.com. COLORS OF...
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The Dirt on Molybdenum

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Molybdenum is a micronutrient that some producers have never heard of or do not know much about. It can only be found in trace amounts and is truly a “micronutrient.” It is still essential to the soil ecosystem, though, and can have a significant impact on your crop yield when maintained at the...
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What is Mycorrhizal Fungi?

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Mycorrhizal Fungi is a soil fungus that is essential to soil fertility and the root system. The fungus acts as an extension of the root itself and determines the flow of water, nutrients, and air into the soil and directs the pathways of root growth. It also opens up channels...
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Happy National Ag Day!

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National Ag Day is organized by the Agriculture Council of America on March 18th every year to recognize and celebrate the abundance provided by American agriculture. The world population has been steadily increasing, providing an even greater demand for food. Everyone should understand how their food is produced and where it...
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Part I: Taking Soil Tests

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A soil test is the analysis of a soil sample to determine nutrient and contaminated content, composition, and other characteristics such as the acidity or pH level. A soil test can determine the expected growth potential of the soil, as well as provide recommendations on increasing your soil’s fertility. Soil testing...
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Welcome to Our New Website

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We are excited to start our new blog here at BejuPlantFood.com. Beju Plant Food is a pelleted manure product that was first produced in 2012. Manure is nothing new to farmers and gardeners as a natural fertilizer, but it is normally restricted to use on the surface of the soil....
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