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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I was cutting some steel poles in my backyard. Now there is a lot of rusted iron oxide lying on top of the dirt. Is this bad? I am planning on planting vegetables there and eating them. Is the iron oxide rust bad? I can remove it right now, before I plant, if it isn’t a good idea to leave it there.
So it is not dangerous. Thanks Rocky.
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I just started an organic garden in my backyard. I have planted tomotoes, cucumbers, cantalope, yellow squash, bell peppers, lettuce and oregano so far.
Any advice or helpful hints for growing healthy, pest and chemical free vegies? I don’t want the bugs to eat up the plants and I do NOT want to spray chemicals.
Other than weeding and watering, what else should I be doing to help them grow big and delicious?
Getting ready to grow a backyard vegetable garden and I want it to be free of any chemicals. What is the best way to control weeds and bugs without using any chemicals?