Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
On December 13, a report mentioned on SFGate mentions the California-based company Spirit Detox, which targets backyard gardeners interested in organic food. Home-growers are increasingly seeing the organic option as a natural way to enrich their crops and soil without introducing harsh chemicals and other harmful toxins.
Spirit Detox owner Albert Milligan points out that organic methods are clean and natural, “some of the purest forms of food available on the market today.” According to the article, by choosing to go organic at home, consumers and gardeners have more control – intimate control – over what they actually eat. “To help aide gardeners in this aspect, Spirit Detox offers is own natural fertilization product called EarthFood. This product is an all-natural, mineral based approach to helping create lush and bountiful crops. In fact, the product is so safe that when used on fruit and vegetable crops it meets the criteria set forth by the USDA to be considered organic.”
“With health conscious choices at the forefront for Spring 2013, organic gardening is seeing a spike in interest in both rural and metropolitan communities. Most people interested in organic gardening are quite knowledgeable about how the foods they consume affects their bodies. By growing their own crops, these gardeners are able to control what ultimately ends up on their dinner tables,” reports SFGate.
Colle applauds the efforts of Spirit Detox for broadening the appeal of organic methods. As gardeners, farmers and consumers alike realize that organic food is the most nutritious food, the organic movement gets drawn into the larger pull toward simple, more health-conscious ways to live – now and in the future.
Colle is an E-Commerce enabled farmers market community that is passionate about sustainable consumption and responsible conservation. The Colle movement is dedicated to connecting natural product vendors, organic farmers and all people who are living an organic and natural lifestyle with the ultimate goal of using more sustainable farming and consumerism.