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|Wednesday, June 23, 2010|
Portland store Concentrates says it is the biggest distributor of organic fertilizer on the West Coast.
Portland's urban farmers go to Concentrates to buy ingredients, including "glacial rock dust," to make their own fertilizer for rooftop or indoor crops.
Read more at Willamette Week.
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