You know of organically grown food. It’s those tomatoes and beets and carrots you see at the local farmer’s market. Those foods are grown with the central premise of being environmentally conscious as possible.
That means no fertilizers, no unnecessary additives, no strange substances and so forth. Generally, organic farms practice the concept of eco-diversity; always rotating crops and treating the farm land like it resembles the processes of nature.
It may surprise you, however, to know that many companies are offering organic products that extend far beyond tomatoes and beets and carrots. For instance, the new burgeoning product that is making headway into the green and environmentally conscious market is the organic sheet.
While on the face of it an organic sheet might seem a stretch for the t (more…)
01 Nov 2017