HuntSville, Ala (WHNT) – The Huntsville Vegetable Garden is home to hundreds of different types of greens and flowers. Now, the garden says, “It’s getting greener.”
For more than a year, the gardener has been working to create a green environment not only with their leaves.
“As a gardener, we want to do what is best for biodiversity;
With the exception of a few harvesters, gardeners are moving from gas to battery to maintain the yard. “As technology improves in those areas, we are definitely budgeting for that transition,” Wallace said.
For the care of 118 hectares, Wallace said six months ago, it was important to think about every crop, including organic fertilizer.
“Non-organic species have a greater impact on waterways and the like, and organic species have less nutrients,” Wallace said. “They tend to go further with the microorganisms in them. It was better for plants and our environment. “
The organic fertilizer is made in the southeastern United States, which prevents any supply chain problems in the supply chain – especially with the 50% increase in fuel costs the country has seen and the highest chemical fertilizer the country has ever seen.
Huntingville Plants Garden Transformation is underway.
“We were lucky and fortunate enough to reap the benefits of the change based on sustainability and our inability to pay the increased costs,” Wallace said.
The USDA is trying to help those who are unlucky enough to wear fertilizer problems. With increasing costs, USDA is providing $ 250 million in assistance to support independent and sustainable fertilization in the United States in an effort to boost U.S. production.