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Learn to Grow Beautiful Organic Lawns with Simplicity

October 16, 2017 by in category Blog, Science, Technology tagged as , , , , , , ,

Quote for All Seasons: Who said "Simplicity is the Ultimate Sophistication?" Autumn has arrived with all its colorful brilliance. For some it indicates the changing of leaves from vibrant green to fiery reds, yellows and oranges. And for those who appreciate the attractiveness of a well-cared for lawn, it’s an indicator to ramp up their [...]

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“Clean Water”. Which Water?

July 2, 2016 by in category Blog

Which Water? At Nutrients Plus we talk about clean water. A lot. Much of that discussion has been about fresh water. Potential drinking water. We are also working to improve the quality of sea water as well. Case in point? The Chesapeake Bay.   Chesapeake Bay doesn’t provide us fresh water for irrigation or personal [...]

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Screamin’ Green Saves Lawn!

May 26, 2016 by in category Blog

At Clarus Choice we talk a lot about water quality and that is important.  But as a company that sells plant nutrients we know that if your grass isn’t green you aren’t going to buy it. That is why we appreciated Steve Garvey of Phoenix, AZ contacting us about his experience using Screaming Green. Hi, […]

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North Carolina’s Water Quality In Danger Due to Excess Nutrients

May 13, 2016 by in category Science, Technology

Stories about water quality have dominated the news lately.  While lead and other toxins are dangerous additions to our drinking water systems, they are not the only dangers.  Case in point, B. Everett Jordan Lake  in North Carolina’s Research Triangle.  The lake is a man-made reservoir created by the construction of the self-named dam across […]

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One Water Summit Provides Participants with Front Row to Clean Water Innovations

May 5, 2016 by in category Blog, Science, Technology

The One Water Summit will be held June 8-10th in Atlanta.  The One Water Summit brings together stakeholders from utilities, business, state, federal and local governments, not-for-profits, environmentalists, and the scientific community to assess progress with improving our nation’s water quality as well as sharing best practices. The conference will be organized around the following […]

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