Grow organic with Green World Path in Brooksville

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Their products are used across the globe by farmers on crops such as soybean, cotton, corn and millet. Those farmers then sell their products to natural food stores like Whole Foods Market. From large farms to the back yard gardener, Green World Path has products to suit your organic farming and gardening needs.

Every Thursday evening, they hold a "green" class from 6-7 p.m. Topics range from sustainable living to local outreach programs to the dangers of pesticides. Guest speakers are continually sought after to bring the best information available.

If you are looking for the right way to care for your landscape, you should contact the folks at Green World Path. They also sell GrowTowers and can get you on track with hydroponic gardening.

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In my last post, I mentioned the company Green World Path. I'd like to dedicate this post to telling you all the wonderful things they are doing, right here in Brooksville.

The company started just 3 years ago as a  manufacturer of organic fertilizers and non toxic pest control. On a daily basis, they are teaching customers how and why to use their products. Their knowledge is shared freely and no one is ever charged any consultation fees.

And knowledge they have! The founder and President, Ray Nielsen, received a degree in both Animal and Soil Science and has over 35 years of real world experience. He speaks at universities and to major companies and associations about the benefits of his products. J.B. Williams is their on site chemist who formulates their products and can tell you exactly what is in them, or better yet, what is not. Dori Bon, a horticulturist, consults everyone from home owners to farmers on how to transition to organic growing. She is also active in starting edible school yards and other similar outreach programs throughout Florida.

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