Monday, March 1st, 2010 at
Being able to produce vegetables, fruits and other types of crops is something that a lot of small scale farmers and people with backyard gardens hope to be able to achieve each time they plant. However, it is not always possible, especially due to the threat of insects and bugs set to attack the crops. If you want to be able to protect your plants from insects, but would like to avoid chemical based pesticides and insecticides, you should probably consider organic mixtures and pesticides as your alternative.
Here are some of the most common organic pesticides, a few of which can be easily made right in your home. Read the rest of this entry
Tuesday, February 9th, 2010 at
With the economy as treacherous as it is these days, people have to find affordable ways to entertain themselves without worrying about breaking the bank. If you are not sure what will entertain you on a limited budget, you can perhaps trying raised bed organic gardening. This type of gardening does not require that you maintain control over a wide space or a wide range of crops. It is specific to a smaller area and can provide endless hours of enjoyment for just about anyone. Read the rest of this entry
Sunday, February 7th, 2010 at
Backyard organic gardening has become a popular pastime for many people because it allows them the opportunity to have a healthy alternative in terms of the fruits and vegetables they consume. With backyard organic gardening, you have full control of how your plants grow as well as what kind of treatments they get and how that will impact your body. If you happen to be interested in backyard organic gardening and are not sure where to start, consider the following tips and suggestions as it relates to what to plant, where to plant and how to plant so you get the best result out of your organic garden.
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Thursday, January 28th, 2010 at
Organic gardening is an activity that has become a craze and is on the lips of many people today, however how many of them really know just what it is? Well, to put simply, organic gardening uses animal or vegetable fertilizers instead of synthetic fertilizers to guarantee the health and high quality of plants and vegetables. The crops are naturally developed because no artificial pesticides or insecticides are use to protect them from insects or prompt their growth.
Instead of using industrial insecticides to keep the plants healthy and make them flourish, organic gardening uses natural pest control. That means that natural substances as well as beneficial insects are used to ward off pests that are prone to attacking plants and vegetables.
With organic gardening, there are a few important things to always remember: Read the rest of this entry