Shortly after the end of World War I there
was a large stockpile of explosives that were to be used in the “War to End All
Wars,” Nitrogen (N), Phosphorous (P) and Potassium (K). Fortunately,
Agronomists of that era understood that these elements (macro nutrients) were
necessary in plant growth.
To make a long story short, this stockpile is how the Fertilizer Industry was
born! Fertilizers aren't just bad for you and the environment. They are also
bad for your landscape! The fertilizers you use are killing beneficial insects
and microorganisms in your soil. This causes your landscape to become dependent
on YOU to provide the protection it needs.
The future of fertilizer was cloudy at best…. UNTIL NOW