Welcome to Earthwise Organics!

(aka Earthwise Agriculture)  

Since 1997 we have been providing organic products and advice to growers ranging from backyard gardeners to farmers with 10,000 acres of commercial production.  We have decided to embrace the challenge of internet sales while maintaining (and hopefully improving!) our level of service to our existing long-time customers.  We hope to achieve this by providing an enormous amount of useful agronomic information on this website concerning all things organic – biological – natural – and yes, even conventional from time to time!  This site is just in the beginning stages of being built out, but we think you will find plenty of good information already.  Check out the Product Pages, Plant Pest Guides, FAQs, and the Grower’s Toolbox.  We also have a Garden and Lawn section.  And if you have kids (or if you are a kid at heart) drop by the Kids Corner.  Request a catalog with detailed pricing levels by subscribing (top of home page) or using the Contact page.  And please do email or call us if you need personal assistance.

NEWS

UPCOMING EVENTS:

2018 Grassfed Beef Conference –

May 31 – June 1 in College Station, TX >

Polyface Farm’s Intensive Discovery Seminars –

Click for dates in July, in Swoope, VA >

Clearance Products

Browse through discounted and reduced-price items.

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Featured Products

PRODUCTS

We offer a large selection of natural and organic products and information and guidance on their use.

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FAQS

Short answers to commonly asked questions, a glossary of “organic” terminology, and more  – with links for further exploration

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Plant Pest Guides
egg mass on cabbage

Knowing your enemy is your first line of defense.  Our plant pest guides will help you along the way.

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BLOGS

COMPOST – THE SERIES, PART 1

This is the first part of our original series “The Effective Use of Compost”

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MEANWHILE, BACK AT THE RANCH
I moved to Texas from the midwest back in 2005. One big difference in the landscape was the presence of cows – lots of cows.

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