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How to Start an Organic Vegetable Garden

How to Start an Organic Vegetable Garden

Growing your own fresh, organic produce is satisfying on so many levels. Flavor; the convenience of walking out to your garden to select fresh vegetables to prepare for a family meal; reduction of food costs; and knowing the origin of your food source, are just a few. Gardening can be both an art and a science, and it can take some trial and error to get to the point where you can rely on your own green thumb to provide an adequate food source for your family. Here are a few basic tips that can help you get started.

A Few Easy Steps Will Get You Started with Your Own Organic Garden

Location of the garden

Choosing an area for your organic garden is the first step, and should be considered one of the most important...

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Compost; Build the Perfect Pile

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Composting is a natural process in which decomposed organic materials are recycled into rich soil material known as compost. All living things decompose and the term composting usually refers to backyard composting, which is the accelerated version of the same natural process. By composting the organic waste, we can return the nutrients of life back into the soil, and the cycle of life continues. Finished compost resembles dark brown soil, and it feels crumbly and smells a lot like a forest floor.

Basics of Composting

While no one can deny the benefits of composting, building soil via composting is the perfect gardening project for a lazy person. A compost pile, unlike double-digging or weeding, takes care of itself and doesn’t take a lot of time and physical effort...

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Worm Composting for an Organic Garden

Chances are you’ve never been told the term vermiculture, if that is so don’t worry, a lot of knowledgeable gardeners are not really acquainted with this organic gardening technique. It is my opinion vermiculture is intriguing; stated simply it is worm composting. We’re not referring to typical night crawlers, but rather particular types of worms like red worms, as well as red wigglers.

Worm composting or utilizing worms to assist with the composting of kitchen scraps is nothing revolutionary; the fact is the concept has actually been around for many years. While composting the old fashion way, required dumping any biodegradable kitchen waste onto a heap and allowing Mother Nature perform her part...

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Organic Garden Guide

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As an urban homesteader you need to have an organic garden, so as to limit your impact on the environment while providing yourself and your family with nutritious and delicious food.

Having an organic garden is not nearly as complicated as a lot of first-timers are convinced it is. It will be a fact there is certainly a little more work and a greater attention level to the particulars with an all organic garden over a conventional garden. Nevertheless, with the appropriate instruction you are going to quickly learn it really is not anywhere close to as challenging as you believed it to be. This guide provides you with the steps you must have to assist you in being started.

Assuming you know little to almost nothing concerning organic gardens let us first be sure you know what it really is...

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