Organic Vegetable Gardening Tips

Organic farming is the trend these days due to the fact that it environmentally friendly.

If you start with organic gardening you should be aware of the types of fertilizers and the seeds to use. These supplies include Dirt, Mulch, and Organic Seeds.  Dirt is perhaps one of the most important. You can grow your vegetables in the ground or in pots.

Buy Organic seeds but pay attention to the plants needs or requirements and make sure they are Organic and not GMO. Corn is the worst it is very often genetically modified.

organic tomatoes

Organic Tomatoes

Some people do not buy compost but make it themselves, which is great for your organic garden.

For that, you can make use of dead leaves, vegetable scraps and also certain types of manure.  Do not use weeds. If your compost does not heat up enough the weeds seeds will survive and be introduced to your garden. Composting is eco-friendly and  cuts down the quantity of garbage dumps. Kitchen scraps can be composted in your yard with minimal effort. Check out the easy composting on YouTube.

Bugs can be a problem but don’t  go overboard buying chemical that get back in to our water and wipe out entire ecosystems of  insects, birds, ladybugs, praying mantises and the toads.  These critters have wonderful purpose and using chemical can be devastating to this population.

You may also use a spray bottle with water and a little dishwashing soap to rid the plants of bugs. Diatomaceous earth can be sprinkled around the vegetable beds to ward of snails and slugs. It is also feasible to spray the area with horticultural vinegar that stops weeds from germinating and also releases nitrogen into the dirt. There are many options for handling these little critters without using toxic chemicals.

Bug In organic Garden

Bug In Organic Garden

The organic fight against pest vs using toxic chemicals in your Organic Garden.

One more non-toxic chemical you could utilize to fight weeds is fish or seaweed based fluid based fertilizers. These likewise release nitrogen, phosphate and potash that benefit your crops.

For individuals who don't have a yard, you could still do natural farming by purchasing pots. The watering requirement for potted plants will increase. They tend to lose moisture more rapidly than plants in the ground. It is important to keep an eye on the plants.

organic strawberries

Organic Strawberries

Having all the organic gardening supplies prepared will make it very easy for you to grow your organic garden.  The more you practice gardening, the easier it gets.  Your gardening knowledge increases over the years.

It is always fun to try a new variety and see what grows best in your area. There is nothing more satisfying then to have a cornucopia of vegetables in your own backyard.  Organic vegetables are expensive at the store you can grow you own with a little effort and planning.  Best of all you know what the plants have been exposed to. The vegetables you grow can be totally chemical free. Go ahead and experience the difference.

Thanks for reading,

Earth Mum

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