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Knowing NPK: Your Soil, Made Better

Knowing NPK: Your Soil, Made Better

Your garden needs to eat, just like you do. And just like how you track carbohydrates, protein, and fat, your plants need a specific breakdown of nutrients, too. That’s where NPK – nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium – comes in. While plant nutrients are found in nature, each garden’s plot of soil can vary. So, garden […]

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