We live in an ever-changing world; however, some variables remain constant. Fitleaf believes that due to some repetitive patterns, including but not limited to: a rise in global population, drastic climate change, and on-going chronic disease it is more important than ever to have the ability of growing your own food. Mastering the skill of growing your own food will provide you with a healthier lifestyle, a constant contributor to the environment, but above all, a provider of real food to those around you.
Fitleaf Blog aims to provide you with useful information for you to make informed decisions in your garden, as well as delivering intel in crop growing cycles for a more amenable growing experience. Collectively, with the definite purpose of owning our food supply we can shape our world and society for a prosperous future.
Learn about Brix degrees. How they affect our produce and nutrition and why they’re important.
Do plants have a choice of nutrient source? Organic or Inorganic? Discover how plants assimilate nutrients and why it matters!
Discover why a plant-based diet will enhance your life experience and how you can achieve it from home.
Learn about the positives and negatives in hydroponics, for both commercial growers and home growers!
Learn why your tomatoes are not performing their best. Discover the different nutrient deficiencies and how they reflect in the tomato plant
Learn about the history and the basics of Hydroponics, and about the potential it contributes with for the future
Explore about the history of agriculture, and the different shapes it takes in the modern world for a brighter future!
Learn the benefits that house plants bring to the environment and your health, along with a list of easy to grow house plants
Learn what is runoff and how it negatively affects our environment, the possibilities to avoid it and potentially finish with it.
Go behind what Urban Agriculture stands for, and learn how we have the power to change our communities
Learn why and how millennials have adopted gardening in the modern world!
Learn about the word organic, its meaning, what it is and what is not.
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