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Green Source Gardens

 
 
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In order to achieve a healthy biological soil ecosystem it requires a commitment to not disturbing the communities of soil life that thrive if left undisturbed.

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We understand the importance of polyculture gardens where diverse plant species work in collaboration with one another to achieve their highest potential as medicine.

Our gardens are planted with dynamic accumulators that increase aroma, vigor, potency, and overall health.

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The only thing we spray on our plants is water from our spring that sits at the top of an isolated watershed in the King Mountain appellation.

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Because we foster functioning ecosystems of life, no insect is a pest! We have never, and never will, use any form of pesticide on our gardens!

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Our methods are rooted in experience and influenced by research, including but not limited to the growing styles dictated by Bio-dynamics, Permaculture, Hugelkulture, Indigenous Agriculture, and Love.

We feel it is very important for farms to be transparent with their practices! We are thankful to 3rd party certifications for helping raise customer awareness about farming practices and for being objective observers in making sure standards are met. They help insure we as customers have more clarity on the methods being used to provide the products we consume! Here are the certifications and awards we are proud to represent.

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It is time to promote agricultural practices that not only provide us with healthy thriving biomass but also heal and build soil!

We are in need of understanding how the earth and cosmos create abundance that is everlasting.

By engaging in practices that build healthy biological soil communities we begin to move towards a more promising future.

 
 

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