The promotion - “Cash For Your Crop Promotion” is sponsored by Hardware & Lumber Ltd (H&L)/AgroGrace. The sponsor offers the opportunity to participate to all customers who purchase any TAKII™ or Seminis™ brand of seeds from any AgroGrace store or participating Farm Stores islandwide; by filling out the entry form available at these stores, attaching the proof of purchase, and submitting the entry form in the promotional entry box. Ineligible to participate are; employees, supervisors or directors of the sponsors, or any of their subsidiaries, as well as any other GraceKennedy company, including direct family members (children, spouse, etc.), participating farm stores. This promotion will be conducted island wide.
Drip irrigation allows water to drip slowly to plant roots, whether by filtering through the soil or by being directly targetted at the root zone. This method saves time but, most importantly, it helps to save water!
Agro Grace currently offers an Irrigation Kit that has year-round value. It:
- Saves water and enhances crop performance
- Provides for efficient distribution of water
- Is ideal for small farms and backyard gardening, and
- Is easy to set up!
It’s summer time and while you have the chance you can get down and get dirty by creating your own garden! But before you get planting, you need to make sure your dirt’s ready for the task. The best way to do this is to conduct a simple soil test to see what it might be lacking.
Once you know what kind of soil you have, you can start adding materials to make up for its deficiencies. Compost will always be a welcome addition to your soil, but depending on the results of the test there may be different products that you should add as well.
No stranger to innovation and market leadership, AgroGrace takes the lead in developing the emerging home gardening trend in Jamaica. The Farm and Garden retailer has launched a new weekly live broadcast on CVM TV's morning magazine programme called Grow It Yourself with AgroGrace, which airs Friday mornings at 7:10 a.m.
Not only are herbs aromatic and credited with having healing properties, they are also essential in cooking and are found in all pre-packaged seasonings. Having your very own herb garden allows you to cook with organic un-processed ingredients, while making your kitchen and herb garden aromatic and lovely.
Hate seeing that boring dry lawn? Well, you don’t have to. Perhaps you should stop being a couch potato and get up and plant some grass seeds. In warm climate regions like Jamaica, the Bermuda (Cynodon Dactylon), and Zoysia grass seeds are popularly. Bermuda grass is known for its toughness, sharp edges, fast growing and recovering really fast when damaged. Zoysia, on the other hand, takes longer to recuperate from damages if not cured properly.
Don’t have a garden but thinking to start one? Jump right in! And get one started for the New Year now! We know you might think it is too time consuming. Not to worry, Agro-grace provides every possible gardening tip and tool that will help you to care for your garden. And if you already own a garden but still want some new ideas, stay with us!
For new or seasoned gardeners, it is important that you possess three things: planning skills, knowledge, and dedication. Consider your space and time and ensure that you size your garden to suit your schedule. If you are a busy individual, we suggest you start small (container gardening). Perhaps you can grow some seedlings in a container in your kitchen, right at the windowsill! Just remember that your container must have sufficient drainage so that excess water can escape freely.
What do Poinsettias love more than our beautiful tropical climate? Well, Christmas of course! Poinsettias are in FULL Bloom now and will add a nice look and feel to your holiday home decorations.
One great idea is to use poinsettias to make your Xmas tree. Below are the simple instructions for doing that, and some tips to use and care for this foliage with its natural Christmas colours that spread the Yuletide joy. And if you have not picked up the plants yet please stop by your local Argograce store.
Gardening is often hard work. So protect your hands with special gardening gloves. Simple gardening gloves will do the trick as well as compression gloves that have silicone finger pads to help you grab stuff and get a snug fit, with mild compression to help reduce pain.