Many terms get thrown around in the field of sustainability, with some carrying more weight than others. Amid all the terminology floating about, “post-consumer recycled” is truly one worth knowing — and understanding.
Carbon footprint is the amount of carbon dioxide and other carbon compounds we produce as individuals, groups, etc., due to consumption of fossil fuels. The greater your carbon footprint is the more affect you have on our planet.
Check out when your state Arbor Day is, many states celebrate on different days depending on the best times of the year to plant trees.
Want to help save the environment, but don’t know where to start? What better place than in your home! You think one person can’t make a difference? Wrong! If one person recycles just one aluminum can, that one can saves enough energy to run your television for three hours, so now imagine if instead of one person we all recycled? A few changes can go a long way. Here are 15 easy household changes that can and will make a difference for our environment.
Other useful uses for the seaweed & fish fertilizer.
Use seaweed fertilizer for:
Fungus on plants:
Transplant shock / plant shock (results visible within 12 – 24hrs)
Use fish fertilizer for:
On plants that are more acidic where the seaweed/fish blend would not contain enough nutrition.
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