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Keep up to date with TeraGanix Online!

TeraGanix has a LOT to say and share! We have created blogs for specific subjects to streamline information. If you are interested in it all, please check out the various blogs we have and subscribe to the ones you like and share with friends.Here is a list of our blogs:ProEM1/Digestive Health: Here we discuss digestion, new probiotic and prebiotic information, health, exercise, food preparation, and other topics of healthy lifestyles.Bokashi: In this blog we discuss food waste recyling, recycling, uses of bokashi in the US and around the world.TeraGanix: This blog covers a wide range of topics that involved EM...

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EM Food Waste Recycling in New York

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Take a look at what Vandra is doing in the New York City area! This is a great video. Please share among friends!

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Using Fermented Food Waste In Planters

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(This is taken from EcoPure Magazine: The Front Line Of EM Kitchen Garbage Recycle!, July 1997. Out of Print) We received a question about other ways to use the materials from a bokashi bucket, other than burying in the soil. Several years ago (almost 20 years ago now!!!), EcoPure Magazine published an issue on recycling kitchen garbage. Unfortunately, the magazine is out of print and there are only a few copies floating around...fortunately, I have one!  The pictures below are from page 9 of that issue. They show exactly how to mix fermented food wastes into planters. This is great...

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The Environmental Importance of Water Conservation

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Learning about the water cycle conditions us to think of water as a renewable resource. Even wasted water will eventually evaporate and come back in the form of precipitation. The realities of our environment are far different, however, and the conservation of fresh water is one of the most important issues facing our fragile planet. Climate instability and human intervention have changed the natural course of our water supply, making drinkable water a scarcity in many parts of our world and on the verge of becoming as scarcity in others. Beyond the danger this poses to humans, animal habitats are...

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Organic Animal Feeding Options

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Organic Farming with Natural Animal Feed Organic farms face a two-pronged problem: ensuring that their livestock is raised without the influence of potentially harmful chemical exposure, and ensuring that the animal feed that they purchase has been through the same rigorous oversight.On farms across the nation, chickens, pigs, cattle and other animals are fed a diet of antibiotic-laden and GMO grains. In many cases, these grains are not even part of the animal’s natural diet; for example, most U.S. cattle and chicken live on a corn or soy-rich diet, despite their inability to fully digest the popular grains.Fortunately, the demand...

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