Archive For: Bioflora-seaweed-creme

Media Articles
Oct 16 2017
Citrus trees are excellent choices for home landscaping, learn how to properly fertilize, water and prune these wonderful and tasty fruit trees.
Press Releases
Aug 23 2017
BioFlora’s concentrated product builds roots for stronger growth and development of plants for more buds, flowers and fruits.
Press Releases
Oct 14 2016
Knowledgeable growers who want to increase crop production are turning to the nutrient-rich ocean for assistance. Using Seaweed Creme® from BioFlora®, they have enriched their crops with trace minerals, micronutrients, amino acids and vitamins essential to healthy plant growth.
Press Releases
Sep 27 2016
With new product package sizes, BioFlora provides all gardeners the means to improve soil and increase yields.
Press Releases
Aug 16 2016
Employees at high-end garden and nursery retailer see distinct difference after BioFlora product application.
Press Releases
Aug 11 2016
Enjoy lush lawns and healthier plantings with organic, sustainable products from BioFlora.
Research Articles
Jul 28 2016
Cacti are perennial drought tolerant plants with thick wax-coated stems that are quite resistant to moisture evaporation. The thick waxy layers give cacti their bluish or grayish tinge of color. Cacti, for the most part, are leafless and most have spines which are highly modified leaves.
Research Articles
Jul 18 2016
Most everyone knows best, on how to grow strawberries.  Depending on where that everyone resides, there are absolute rules of engagement for producing sweeter, larger and redder strawberries.  Not wishing to engage in mental fisticuffs with local experts, I will mosey through the mundane aspects of growing and caring for the only fruit that has its seeds on the outside.
Research Articles
Jun 15 2016
Vegetative propagation uses stems and leaves to obtain new plants. There are many reasons for using this technique, one of the being that some plants, such as seedless grapes or bananas, do not produce viable seed, so the only way to produce true-to-type plants is to use this technique.
Research Articles
Apr 13 2016

One rutabaga, two rutabaga, three rutabaga, four, please tell me I will not have to eat, one rutabaga more!  As a cabbage/turnip cross and being…