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Grand Opening of Independent Wholesalers and Introduction of Aggrand Natural and Organic Farm, Lawn, and Garden Products at the University of Delaware's Ag Day

Introducing a much needed environmentally friendly product line to the Chesapeake and Delaware Bay area. Greg King and associates will distribute information about the benefits of Aggrand natural fertilizer, lawn and farm products. Ag Day at the University of Delaware in Newark Delaware is the perfect place to start.

Newark, DE, April 26, 2013 --( A much needed change in how we feed our lawns, golf courses, gardens and farms is being introduced at the Ag Day Event at The University of Delaware. The event is being held in Newark Delaware on Saturday April 27th. Visit Greg King and associates at Ag Day this Saturday.

Greg has been a long time distributor of Amsoil Synthetic Lubricants and other environmentally friendly products. He is now thrilled to offer Aggrand.

Aggrand appeals to environmentally conscious growers, and farmers who desire a safe, and natural way to support the ecosystem. The products include; Natural Fertilizer, Natural Liquid Lime, Natural Liquid Bonemeal, Natural Kelp and Sulfate of Potash, and Aggrand's Fertilizers Organic series.

Nitrogen run off is a major problem for the Delaware, and Chesapeake Bay. Most is caused by Golf courses, home owners, and farms.

Aggrand is a soil bio stimulant that enhances the natural break down of nutrients. These microbial activities are the key to making nutrients easily absorb by the plants. Roots are healthier, and the food is more nutritious.

The benefits of this is especially important to animal producers. Hay and other feeds are packed with calories and nutrients.

Chemical fertilizer only provide 3 basic nutrients and are salt based which disrupts microbes. Crops then hold more water which makes them less nutritious, and vulnerable to disease. Worms don't like salt either. Yeah, worms are a good thing.

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