Stall DRY in Compost

Stall DRY is used to control wetness, odor and ammonia in stalls, cages and other animal dwellings. It is an all natural product and is safe to use with nearly all animals. When used with bedding and waste that is composted, Stall DRY is safe to be composted and used in the garden. In fact, as […]

Growing a Safe and Natural Urban Garden

Many individuals are moving towards more sustainable living, with urban gardening becoming a very popular hobby. While urban gardens are great for the environment and the health and well being of those who grow them, there can also be some risks to watch out for. Studies have shown that gardens near heavy traffic areas may become […]

Jump Start Your Garden: How to Plant Seeds Indoors

Are you planning on planting a vegetable garden this year? If so, get a head start by planting your seeds indoors! While not all plants are suited to this method, many vegetables are. Suitable vegetablesinclude broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, eggplant, leeks, onions, parsley, peppers, tomatoes and squash. Vegetables that do not do well when […]

Flood Recovery: Water Cleanup

In the aftermath of a flood, persistent indoor moisture can have negative implications for both personal and structural health. The City of Calgary Water Services branch advises that failure to “…reduce moisture and humidity can present serious long-term health risks such as respiratory disease”, while “mold may also damage building materials long after the flood”. It is […]

Paint Disposal: How to Dispose of Leftover Paint

There are two types of paints commonly used by homeowners. These include oil-based paint and water-based latex paint. Below are guidelines to follow when disposing of these different types of paint. Please note: it is always best to consult your local rules and regulations before disposing of paint products and other chemical substances. Oil-Based Paints All oil-based […]