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Organic Gardening

Some people find that they think organic gardening fertilizer does not work as well as some of the other types of fertilizers on the market, but that point is not to have the largest tomatoes on the block. The point is to have a safe source of vegetables that you feel good serving to your family.… Read More

Making an Organic Lawn Possible When you’re faced with a barren patch where you envision a lawn, it is admittedly not an easy job getting started. As with anything that’s worth doing, your first steps putting down an organic lawn tend to be the hardest. With a bit of the groundwork laid in, most of the rest of your plan can pretty much coast along.… Read More

Organic gardening is the exact same as regular gardening except that no synthetic fertilizers or pesticides are used. This can make certain aspects difficult, such as controlling disease, insects, and weeds. Organic gardening also requires more attention to the soil and the many needs of plants. Organic gardening starts with the soil.… Read More

Could Farms that Grow Organic Feed the World? Does organic food have to be trendy, upscale and precious? Does it always have to be about taking your BMW down to Whole Foods for something as unlikely sounding as artisan fromage for money that could essentially feed your family for a whole day?… Read More

Maintaining a Compost Heap Many people who maintain gardens have a large amount of organic waste, from grass clippings to leaves and dead plants. Unfortunately, many waste money and time having these wastes transported to a landfill. It isn’t just a waste of good compost; it’s a waste of everything that goes into the process of transporting it (the garbage man’s time, the money you pay for the removal, etc).… Read More