A Guide To Organic Gardening

The practice of organic gardening continues to increase in popularity. Organic gardening is a method of growing and cultivating plants that does not use synthetic fertilizers or insecticides. Organic gardening strives to find balance in the ecosystem of soil, light, and air; and the plants that are grown in them. Standard gardening uses artificial pesticides to control insects and synthetic fertilizers to create a larger yield. Organic gardening provides methods of pest control and plant production that are natural and do not harm the environment. This method of gardening preserves the natural garden while producing plants and vegetables for enjoyment.

Organic Soil Management

Composting

Plant Requirements

Organic Fertilizer

Organic Pest Control

Good Plants and Flowers for Organic Gardening

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