Blogs — Plant health
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Embrace the power of beneficial bacteria and witness the transformative effects they can have on your plants and garden.
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Silica is one of those things you’ve likely heard of a million times, but you might not actually know what it is, much less what it does. So, what is silica exactly? According to the dictionary, silica is “a hard, unreactive, colorless compound that occurs as the mineral quartz and as a principal constituent of sandstone and other rocks.” Glass is made of silica, sand is often made of silica (depending on the rocks that ground down to comprise it), and of course, it’s also found in soil. In fact, the mass of the Earth’s crust is 59 percent silica...