About Us

Grow Organic, LLC
2035 12th Street
or PO Box 1265
Hood River, OR 97031
Phone #: (541) 632-3478 (DIRT )
Fax #: (503) 922-4097
email: conn...@groworganics.org (click to reveal full email address)
twitter: twitter.com/GrowOrganics
facebook: facebook.com/groworganics

 

Summer Store Hours: 
Monday-Friday: 10:00AM - 5:00PM
Saturday: 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Sunday: Closed

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Beneficial Insects

We carry locally made natural bird houses, insect hotels for solitary bees and bug boxes for beneficial beetles and spiders! We also sell..... Mason Bee Houses and Tubes Mason Bees (Early Spring) Ladybugs Lacewings Praying Mantis eggs Beneficial Nematodes Ladybug Lure Good Bug Meals Beneficial Attracting Flower Seed Books and free advice on attracting beneficial insects to your garden “When we kill off the natural enemies of a pest, we inherit their work!” – Dr. C.B Huffaker

Fiddle Farms at the Hood River and White Salmon Farmers Market

Our summer veggies are here! We're overflowing with delicious, fresh, organically-grown veggies to share with you. To make it easier, find us at both the popular Thursday Market in Hood River and now at the the White Salmon Farmers' Market, Tuesdays at Feast in White Salmon from 4: 00PM to 7: 00PM . The White Salmon market is a festive summer gathering place focused on community food producers and consumers. Visit, dine, hear great tunes and enjoy a cold beverage as you support local farmers while finding the best harvests of the season!

Nematodes, Ladybugs, and Lacewings Are in!

Biological controls use natural enemies to control pests. This is a viable and effective alternative to pesticides for some pests in our area. Biocontrol agents include a wide variety of life forms, including vertebrates, invertebrates, fungi, and microorganisms. These beneficial species are common in most natural communities and, although their presence is often unnoticed, they help maintain the "balance of nature" by regulating the density of their host or prey population. Beneficial Nematodes naturally occur in soil and are used to control the larva of soil pest insects...

Grow Organic's Book Club 2014