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April 14, 2011

Organic Gardening Tips

If you're anything like me you probably don't love the idea of eating foods that may have been grown with chemicals. Not only that, but the foods you buy from the grocery store may have been hanging around for days or even weeks before you finally purchase them. Furthermore, if you're buying "organic" food, you are likely paying way too much for your fruit and vegetables. Can you really trust the person you're buying from - it is truly organic?

Think for a moment about how you would feel if you knew the fruit and vegetables that you put on the table for your family had basically no nutritional value and might even containig harmful chemicals.

What we can do instead is to produce fresh and good tasting food by ourselves - food that has health benefits. We can grow our own vegetables, free from pesticides and we save money in the process. It's great to be out in the fresh air and sunshine, and another good way to get away from every day stress situations. Does chemical free, vitamin filled, fresh, natural foods sound like something you would like to grow yourself?

organic gardening manual

I've just read a great book on companion planting, written by Julie Villani, a passionate organic grower, who has impressed me with her depth of knowledge on companion planting. Not only does her e-book reveal what to plant near what and what not to, but how to reduce your workload in the garden and all sorts of useful information.

Julie has a little e-book out is great. It covers things like:

If you're interested to find out more, click on this link 1stoporganicgardening.com to find out more.

Julie created this manual created to give you simple, concise steps to easily create the right organic food garden for your family.

By Robert Renman - www.dolphinstreet.com


Posted by Robert Renman on April 14, 2011

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