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Spring has breezed by and we are well on our way to summer and a lush garden. Summer means it’s time to focus on maximizing our gardens to acquire the lush vegetation we all desire. Easy right? It can be, just follow these few simple steps,...

If you know anything about gardening and farming, you may have heard the term °Brix before. Testing your plants’ Brix levels will help to see if they are healthy and give you a good idea of their quality. It’s also a great indicator of a...

If you've ever felt hungry or sluggish shortly after eating a cheeseburger and fries, imagine what your plants are feeling after continually being fed the same 3 nutrients year after year! HyR BRIX® Fertilizer owner, Dan Lane breaks down what your fruit trees and berry...

°Brix is a term popularized by Dr. Carey Reams in the early 1900s, and identified as the sugar content in an aqueous solution. Dr. Reams discovered that through a balance of several nutrients, the °Brix levels of various plants increased along with the health of...

Legumes, such as alfalfa and clovers need a balance of nutrients in the soil to produce their own Nitrogen. The more Nitrogen the legumes can produce, the higher percentage of protein the forages will provide the animals grazing. So the higher protein the animals are...

HyR BRIX® Fertilizer, a specialty fertilizer company owned and operated by a fourth generation farmer in Delaware, Ohio recently began a testing program for its new liquid fertilizer, and the results have been copious in more than one way.Dan and Jennifer Lane, co-owners of HyR...

Ever wonder why the sick plants seem to draw in more insects? Just as the lion preys on the weakest of the herd, insects have the same natural selection. Although the concept is similar, insects actually have a much different reason for selection.We have preached...