Stay shallow in the soil when you are working it. You do not need to break your back digging deep in your organic garden. Keep your depth to an average of six inches. Nearly eighty-five percent of all plant roots only require the top six inches of soil. That should make your work easier.
When starting your organic garden, don’t forget to plant companion plants. Companion plants are like very friendly neighbors. They can enrich the soil and keep pests away from your other plants. By planting them together, you can avoid the use of harmful pesticides or artificial fertilizer products.
Organic Gardening. There are a lot of people that do organic gardening and they don’t even know it. By definition it’s the growing of fruits and vegetables using only natural methods. In essence, it means there are no artificial chemicals used to fertilize, control weeds and control pests.
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The exercise in planting the food may be good for you. And eating more vegetables and fruits instead of starchy fillers also may help to curb obesity. But you don’t have to plant the food or weed the garden to eat. The produce will be given away.
Reducing Our Intake of Toxic food. So perhaps not all fast food is toxic, we are being offered other choices — presumably healthier choices than deep-fried options. But in general, fast food is clogged with fat, salt and sugar. It has no or low fiber — and if we consult our food pyramid, we know the necessity of our daily fiber. And it is also very limited in the amount of important nutrients. Note I said to reduce our intake of fast food, not eliminate it. So be realistic about it.
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Do share your results with your neighbors. No, you don’t want to preach to your friends and neighbors. But you do want to share your results and show them just how lush, green and pest-free an organic garden can be. If you can persuade your friends to stop using dangerous toxins, that’s great for the earth. And if you can persuade your closest neighbors to stop using toxic chemicals, that’s good for your garden too, because the neighbors aren’t killing your beneficial insects.