Category Archives for Organic Gardening

Discovering Organic Gardening

Organic gardening involves an attitude of mind which views plants and their place in the garden as an eco-system, and excludes man-made chemicals. Organic gardening makes use of animal and vegetable manures, and some concentrated fertilizers of animal and vegetable … Continue reading

21. July 2011 by admin
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Organic Soil Treatment for Your Garden Soil

Soil treatment Organic soil management is not quite as straightforward as organic pest control when it comes to changing over from normal modern methods. You must find out what your soil type is — remembering that it can vary appreciably … Continue reading

21. July 2011 by admin
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Organic Chemical Controls for Pest, Disease and Weed Control

Pests, diseases and weeds If plants become severely, or even mildly, infested by a pest the normal reaction of most gardeners is to reach for the nearest spray-gun. Chemical controls are unquestionably efficient and destructive, quick and time-saving. Pests are … Continue reading

21. July 2011 by admin
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Organic Soil Improvement and Companion Planting

Soil improvement Special cultural practices play an important role in organic gardening. Mulching the soil not only improves it and keeps it moist in summer, but also keeps weeds under control. But weeds are not always enemies — some provide … Continue reading

21. July 2011 by admin
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