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In springtime thoughts of tens turn to fresh strawberries, tomatoes potatoes or just about anything else we imagine growing in your own backyards. The Guide to Organic Gardening will help you turn your garden dream into the reality of fresh food on the table and preserved riches in your pantry. The pratical well researched articles in this collection were written by experts with decades of experience in their fields. It’s designed for those who are new to gardening though it also offers plenty of solid information for experienced gardener eager to expand their knowledge base.
If ever there were a time to get started with a garden. It’s now nearly every new cycle brings more appalling stories of pesticides in your food system. Mistreatment of animals, and health threatening break downs in the Big Food System. A conscientious consumer can be left wondering what, exactly is safe to put on the dinner table. Guide covers the scope of organic gardening from the ground up. You can get started right now building a treasure trove that will not only reduce your foot print at the landfill, but will make you keenly aware of the elegance of natural processes. Leave grass clippings and that muck from the crisper drawer transmuted into back gold for the begetable garden.
Seed starting made simple which show how to reduce expenses while also getting a jump on the warm months by starting seeds indoors. If your growing season is short, this strategy makes it possible to grow heat loving crops such as tomatoes, peppers and melons, while also cultivating cool weather crops such as broccoli, that need a little head start to be mature before winter comes calling. If your days are long and sunny, you may be able to reap two harvests by starting a second crop of seedlings indoors as the first crop finishes up in the garden.