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Is Organic Gardeing Right For You And Your Family's Food Needs

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 1 1

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All About Organic Gardening

Whether you're just a starting or veteran gardener, I'm sure you love the relaxation and reward that this recreational…and oftentimes profitable activity. Think about it – you could grow yourown healthy crops that you can either sell or bring to your dining table. That's very useful duringthese hard economic times that everyone is going through. It's a great way to reduce household expenses!

However, you may be overwhelmed with the beginning process of gardening. But that's not to say that you can't enjoy relaxing and enjoyable times with gardening…not when there is organic gardening!

If you don't know what it is, it's about time you take a closer look at it and why you should opt forthis method of gardening…

Organic Gardening Defined

As the name suggests, organic gardening is a method that allows you to grow your chosen plantsand crops in a way that works in sync with nature. This gardening method focuses primarily onnatural techniques…not on using chemical-based fertilizers that force crops to grow. Needlessto say, it's a healthy and great way to garden. You won't be exposed to health hazards andchemicals that threaten those who grow plants with chemicals.

Factors To Consider

There are a couple of things that you need to consider before you can get started. Let's have alook at them. Before anything else, you should design your garden carefully and just as important is carefullychoosing your plants. Having a keen and observant eye is definitely helpful in this form ofgardening. You should observe the way plants grow in the wild. Be watchful how nature different methodsto transport the nutrients from the soil to the plants. This is what organic gardening is allabout…imitating nature. May it be about irrigation or warding off pests, nature has its own unique methods.

As much as possible, you want to stick with plants and crops that are native to your location.That's because they would have the climate and soil conditions that they're accustomed to andthey won't have any problems thriving. Not only will you be growing healthy plants, you wouldalso spend less time and effort along the way.

Your organic garden's location is just as crucial. You want your garden to be situated nearwildlife. By doing so, your plants, crops, and flowers would be inviting beneficial insects thatwould help them grow and thrive faster. Not to mention there are natural predators that will helpkeep your garden pest free, and that's without spending a dime in the process!


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Oct 14, 2011 12:01pm
kymo963
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