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Greg Jackson has been named Southern California Sales Manager for Agromin, one of California's largest producers and distributors of bulk and packaged mulch, compost and value-added specialty organic products.

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Agromin, manufacturer of soil products made from organic material collected from Ventura County communities, is giving away 6 tons of its planting mix during the City of Thousand Oaks' April 28 Arbor/Earth Day celebration.

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Two youth center gardens at Navy Base Ventura County have begun to blossom thanks to a seven-ton donation of planting mix by Agromin.

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Agromin announced it is in the product and market development stages for a technology called biochar that converts organic waste into a soil amendment that can boost crop yields while contributing to the fight against climate change.

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Santa Barbara City College's new organic vegetable garden is ready for spring thanks, in part, to an eight-ton donation of compost by Agromin.

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Agromin, one of the largest organics management companies in California, has named Tom Kelley as vice president of sales and business development.

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A special needs class at Monte Vista Middle School in Camarillo is experiencing the joys of gardening. A class of 12 autistic students in sixth through eighth grade is learning about planting, growing and harvesting a variety of vegetables.

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With the fall sun moving lower in the sky, October is the time to adjust your garden to keep it producing beautiful flowers and tasty vegetables in Southern California, say experts at Agromin, a manufacturer of earth-friendly soil products.

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Agromin, the organics recycler for over 50 California cities, was selected as the 2013 Small Business of the Year for California Senate District 19. The district covers a majority of Ventura County and all of Santa Barbara County.

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March 20 is officially the first day of spring, but southern California gardeners don't have to wait until then to start their spring planting, say experts at Agromin.

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Agromin, one of the largest organic composting companies in California, has joined California Green Communities to foster innovative, sustainable ways for participating cities to reduce carbon emissions and energy consumption.

By Agromin
Greg Jackson has been named Southern California Sales Manager for Agromin, one of California's largest producers and distributors of bulk and packaged mulch, compost and value-added specialty organic products.

By Agromin
Agromin, manufacturer of soil products made from organic material collected from Ventura County communities, is giving away 6 tons of its planting mix during the City of Thousand Oaks' April 28 Arbor/Earth Day celebration.

By Agromin
Two youth center gardens at Navy Base Ventura County have begun to blossom thanks to a seven-ton donation of planting mix by Agromin.

By Agromin
Robert Lerner, a leading authority on biochar soil technology, has joined Agromin to head the company's biochar business development unit.

By Agromiin
Agromin announced it is in the product and market development stages for a technology called biochar that converts organic waste into a soil amendment that can boost crop yields while contributing to the fight against climate change.

By Agromin
Agromin, the organics recovery company for more than 50 communities in Ventura, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles and Orange counties, recycled 386,680 tons of organic material from residents and businesses in 2011, up from 379,792 in 2010.

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Without a real winter in Southern California this year, gardeners can expect plenty of sunny days in March to prepare garden soil and plant warm season vegetables and flowers, say experts at Agromin.

By Agromin
Santa Barbara City College's new organic vegetable garden is ready for spring thanks, in part, to an eight-ton donation of compost by Agromin.

By Agromin
Agromin, one of the largest organics management companies in California, has named Tom Kelley as vice president of sales and business development.

By Agromin
A special needs class at Monte Vista Middle School in Camarillo is experiencing the joys of gardening. A class of 12 autistic students in sixth through eighth grade is learning about planting, growing and harvesting a variety of vegetables.

By Agromin
Cool weather in December means less plant growth in Southern California, however, keep an eye on the weather and be ready to take action to keep winter gardens looking beautiful, say experts at Agromin.

By Agromin
With the fall sun moving lower in the sky, October is the time to adjust your garden to keep it producing beautiful flowers and tasty vegetables in Southern California, say experts at Agromin, a manufacturer of earth-friendly soil products.

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-- Inc. magazine ranked Agromin as one of the country's fastest growing private companies in its fifth annual Inc. 500|5000 (September 2011 issue). Agromin was ranked 65th in environmental services (10th in California).

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McAuliffe Middle School in Los Alamitos received a welcomed splash of green over the weekend as Chris Meyer, a high schooler and Boy Scout with Troop 660, revitalized six large planters in front of the school.

By Agromin
If you haven't started your garden, there is still time to enjoy a healthy crop of vegetables and annuals if planted in August, say experts at Agromin, a manufacturer of earth-friendly soil products.

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Soil products made from organic materials collected at curbside each week from Southern California residents are now available at landscaping wholesaler Performance Nursery and South Bay Gardens in Redondo Beach.

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Agromin, the organics recovery company for more than 50 communities in Ventura, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles and Orange counties, recycled 379,792 tons of organic material from residents and businesses in 2010, up from 365,000 in 2009.

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Bill Camarillo, CEO of Oxnard, Calif.-based Agromin, one of California's largest manufacturers of earth-friendly soil products made from organic material, was named chairperson of the Ventura County Economic Development Association (VCEDA).

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Plants and gardeners can normally take the month of December off as cool weather brings growing to a near stop. Most plants and trees will survive the month nicely on their own. For die-hard gardeners, however, some work can still be done.

By Agromin
Agromin, earth-friendly soil products manufacturer, gave away 12,000 pounds (six tons) of pumpkins at events and schools in Orange County. The pumpkins were grown in a one-acre pumpkin patch on the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base.

By Agromin
During November's cool fall evenings and typically warm sunny days, Southern California gardeners have one last opportunity to plant vegetables & flowers for the year, say experts at Agromin, maker of earth-friendly soil products.

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Students enrolled in the agriculture science class at Buena Park High School have been busy planting and caring for winter vegetable and flower seeds and seedlings. Eventually, students hope to sell the maturing plants.

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Agromin has been honored by State Sen. Fran Pavley (D-Santa Monica) as October’s winner of the 23rd Senate District’s Environmental Sustainability Award.

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Unpredictable Southern California weather that can quickly turn from extreme heat to chilly cold can leave gardeners unsure about how to plant or maintain their gardens.

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While summer gardens and annuals begin to fade in fall, there is still plenty gardening to do to keep backyards looking beautiful and vegetable gardens productive, says experts at Agromin, an Oxnard-based manufacturer of earth-friendly soil products.

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The City of Oxnard approved a one-year green waste recycling contract extension with Oxnard-based Agromin, one of California's largest green materials recyclers. The contract runs from July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011.

By Agromin
Planting vegetables and flowers in August will give your garden a mid-summer pick-me-up just as spring-planted vegetables and flowers begin to lose their luster.

By Agromin
FOOD Share receives over 65,000 lbs. of fresh produce donations from over 190 community garden partners as part of its Garden Share program.

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Buena Park High School students are proudly presenting 26 animals for judging at this year's Orange County Fair. Students take part in the school's nationally acclaimed Future Farmers of America (FFA) program.

By Agromin
Reducing water usage in July does not mean you cannot have lush and abundant flower and vegetable gardens. Simple steps will cut summer water bills but will not affect summer gardens.

By Agromin
"Dirt! The Movie," a documentary that provides an inside look at Earth's most valuable resource, will have its Ventura County debut on Saturday, June 26 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Ojai Theatre.

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Gardeners can take advantage of the typically cool June weather in Southern California to plant summer vegetables, flowers and trees without worry of heat-related plant damage.

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Students at Garden Park Elementary School in Garden Grove will soon be tasting an assortment of herbs including basil, mint, oregano and parsley--all grown in their own backyards.

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Habitat For Humanity received a donation of 120 bags (two tons) of outdoor potting soil for its Orange County "ReStores" from Agromin, a green materials recycling company and premium soil manufacturer.

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Above average rainfall in April means Southern California plants and trees have absorbed plenty of nutrients in their roots to jump start garden growth in May.

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Agromin is giving away 360 bags of compost during the City of Thousand Oaks/Conejo Recreation and Park District's 13th Annual Arbor/Earth Day celebration, Saturday, April 24.

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Soil manufacturer and green materials recycler Agromin will be giving away 20 tons of compost to Santa Clarita residents during the Saturday, April 17 Earth/Arbor Day Celebration at Newhall Park. Agromin is a sponsor of the festival.

By Agromin
Nothing tastes better than garden-grown tomatoes or fresh-cut basil. The time to plant summer vegetable plants is in April to assure a bountiful harvest by July and August.

By Agromin
Many gardeners will be disappointed with their spring crop because they fail to undertake the very first step necessary for a successful garden--preparing healthy soil for seeds, plants and trees.

By Agromin
Students at Garden Park Elementary School in Garden Grove planted vegetable gardens on school grounds over the weekend as part of a program to teach kids about gardening and respect for the earth.

By Agromin
Signs of spring are beginning to show. Nowhere is this more evident than on the trees and bushes in Southern California yards as they bloom and sprout new growth.

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Preparing a spring garden begins with the right soil. Agromin, an Oxnard-based manufacturer of earth-friendly soil products, will offer spring soil tips at the Ventura County Home & Garden Show, March 19-21, at the Ventura County Fairgrounds.

By Agromin
Whether February brings buckets of rain or drought conditions to Southern California, there is much to plant now for beautiful spring and summer gardens.

By Agromin
Agromin, the green recycler for more than 50 communities in Ventura, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles & Orange counties, recycled 366,800 tons of green material from residents and businesses in 2009. The amount recycled was a 21 percent increase over 2008.

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Green Thumb in Ventura now offers Agromin mulch, garden humus, bark and soil amendments in bulk.

By Agromin
While many trees and plants go dormant in January, warm, sunny days can entice Southern California gardeners into their backyards where much can be done even in winter.

By Agromin
Santa came early for students at Mayflower Preschool in Los Alamitos. The non-profit preschool needed replacement woodchips for its swing set play area. Agromin stepped in and offered its services and products to the school at no charge.



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