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WHO IS SOIL SECRETS?




WHO WE ARE…




Soil Secrets LLC develops products that instigate the natural biochemical process required for healthy soils and proper plant nutrition.









All Soil Secrets products meet the benchmark of the USDA National Organic Program, and with Certifier approval, can be used on Organic Certified farms. 




The products are also safe for use on home gardens and lawns, without the fear of damaging the environment or exposing our bodies to hazardous chemicals. 


Our products are used in the construction and maintenance of landscapes, golf courses, mine reclamation, highway re-vegetation and farming. 




Benefits of Soil Secrets products include:




• Improved water drought tolerance of crops, sports fields, etc.

• Improvement of water storage in soils.

• Greener more environmentally sound landscapes.

• Remediates toxic mine tailings, Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons in soil, and jump starts healthy mutualistic soil biology for plants.





In addition, Soil Secrets science in Humic Acids is the best…

Port of Long Beach, Los Angeles truck drivers begin strike, allege unfair labor practices

By City News Service


POSTED: 07/07/14, 8:04 AM PDT | UPDATED: 49 SECS AGO


















LOS ANGELES - Truck drivers protesting alleged unfair labor practices -- the insistence by the companies they work for to treat them like independent contractors and not employees -- began indefinite strikes today at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, a union spokesperson said.






A noon news conference was planned by the truck drivers at Wilmington Waterfront Park, according to Barb Maynard of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Port Division, which is supporting the striking drivers in their efforts to form a union.





“Early this morning, port truck drivers from three of Los Angeles’ leading drayage firms began widespread, indefinite unfair labor practice strikes at truck yards and marine terminals at the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long beach, through which more than 40 percent of our nation’s imports are moved,”
Maynard said in a statement.






“These unfair labor practice strikes are the fourth such strike…