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Mary's Alpaca Poop+, Organic Soil & Plant Food, in Pods

A project in The Plains, VA by Mary Forte

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A Project of Earth and For the Earth–from the Roots Up! Patent pending. Amazing results for All plants. Safe, Odorless. Quick and Easy.
Backers: 22
Average Pledge Per Backer: $68

Funded: $1,487 of $32,500
Dates: Aug 20th -> Sep 19th (30 days)
Project By: Mary Forte
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Onward & Upward

September 19th - via:
Dear Friends and Backers of my project.  A lot has been learned about crowdfunding this first time around. If you backed the project as a guest, I request that you email me at so I can keep you updated on the progress of... (Read More)

Thank you everyone for your support..

September 6th - via:
I just want you to know that I'm thrilled when I get that ping that someone looked at my site and was interested ...  So, thank you very very much!  Mary Suzu, Office Manager    (Read More)

You can expect this from your African Violets

September 6th - via:
Intense color, continuous blooming (a month or so down time while setting buds), and really healthy big flowers...sort of like the veggies, right? African Violet...dragon    (Read More)

Hose-End Spray everything –

September 1st - via:
Works great with hose-end sprayers. Dissolve Pod in 1 quart water and add to container. Or if you prefer drop pod into container, add water and let it sit until ready to use    (Read More)


September 1st - via:
The LEFT SIDE IS THE PLAIN WATER...You probably knew that, right?    (Read More)


September 1st - via:
Look at this Root Test Huge difference in the root system. Root on the left has a mild Mary's Alpaca POOP+ to nourish it.  Stem on the right is just plain well water.  (Read More)

The Newest Alpaca Employee...named Tuuki

August 31st - via:
You'll need an HTML5 capable browser to see this content. Play Replay with sound Play with sound 00:00 00:00    (Read More)

Jasmine tree in a pot

August 23rd - via:
Blooming Again...Jasmine tree in a pot Now outside for the summer months it's blooming again.  It also blooms around November/December making the house smell floral. Before I feed the plant I test with a water meter.  If too wet (it was raining) I... (Read More)

Just picked these today...this stem weighs 3.4 pounds!

August 20th - via:
Started on my window sill as a seed, then planted with Poop+. Huge amounts of tomatoes on this plant.  Black Beauty Tomatoes – raised on Poop+    (Read More)

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