Grow Better Tasting Vegetables with Rock Dust and Where to Get It Near You

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2 Replies to "Grow Better Tasting Vegetables with Rock Dust and Where to Get It Near You"

  • Amy Cline
    September 16, 2022 (6:59 am)

    Where or how can I acquire rock dust?

    • Joanna Campe
      September 18, 2022 (10:20 am)

      You can look at our resource directory for a list of rock dust suppliers around the world, organized by region. For gardeners, many sources are also available on Amazon. Another good resource is our Rock Dust Primer (just follow the instructions at this link: to learn about how to look for a local source. You can also send an email to for more information.

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