Sunday, November 2, 2008

Organic Heirloom Gardening

Welcome To Organic Heirloom Gardening

A Healthy And Environment Friendly Way To Grow Crops

Organic gardening is a system that is used to grow plants using natural methods of fertilization, pest control, disease control and mulching. .

Growing your own organic garden is not that hard to do and you will be surprised at the high yields of fruits and vegetables that can be produced.

Organic grown fruits and vegetables are healthy for you and your family. There are no chemicals used. All nutrition for the plants are by natural means of giving your garden soil organic nutrients that will be in return be given to your plants so they can produce healthy fresh fruits and vegetables.

Organic gardening is done the same way as nature does. Growth,death and decay are the principals behind good nutritious soil. In the forest plants live and die. Insects, worms and animals consume them and release nutrients back into the soil. The nutrients are then consumed by plant life. There is no need for chemical fertilizers in a natural environment. Nature also has a way of controlling insects with natural predators and parasites.

Organic gardening is basically the same as these natural cycles with one exception. When you harvest the crops from your garden you are removing them and not letting them decompose back into the soil as nature would have done. So you will need to add organic materials back into the soil. This can be done by simply composting.

Organic gardening is a good way to give back to the environment and not pollute it. Synthetic fertilizers and pesticides pollute our air, water and soil. They also can destroy wildlife, bees and beneficial insects.

I hope you get allot of useful information from this website and enjoy your organic gardening experiences.

It is a comforting feeling to know that what you have produced in your garden is both healthy for you and the environment.

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