Organic Gardening

Fertilizers of some sort have been used on gardens and farms since the beginning of farming. Ancient Egyptians used substances such as crushed seashells, ash, clay, and animal manure to help increase their crop yields and grow bigger fruit. As…
The art of growing tomatoes organically can be done in either a garden or in a container as long as it is exposed to plenty of sunshine. That means if you don't own your own home you can still grow…
Many people are becoming more and more concerned about the state of the environment. If you're one of them, becoming an organic gardener is a good way to help the environment, even if only in a small way.Food produced with…
In the modern world, garlic is increasingly being used as ingredients in many dishes. This can be attributed to its unique taste and health benefits associated with their consumption. Research has shown that garlic is very effective when it comes…
Removing pests from your organic garden may not eliminate all your problems because your plants are susceptible to a wide-range of common plant diseases. This can cause some headaches but there are many easy and effective solutions to plant diseases.…
Japanese Beetles can wreak havoc on a garden. They can and will eat away at roses, fruits and other vegetation if the problem is not taken care of quickly. For those who want to refrain from using harsh chemicals to…
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