Gardening Without Chemicals
Grow Untreated Natural Vegetables And Fresh Garden Produce All Year Round In Your Own Organic Garden Using These Homemade Recipes For Organic Fertilizer And Natural Pesticides
For some people, gardening is a passion. The thrill of seeing your first red, ripe tomato or watching your first stalk of corn reach from the ground can be an amazing experience for many people.
For still others, it’s a way to feed their families with healthy food. Many people choose to garden so they can have control over what type of food they eat without fear of chemicals or preservatives. Often, commercially grown produce is cultivated in greenhouses with the use of pesticides and chemicals to enhance their growth.
The side effects of chemical pesticides on the human body can truly take its toll. A comprehensive review of existing research revealed significant differences between organically and non-organically grown food. These differences relate to food safety, primary nutrients, secondary nutrients and the health outcomes of the people who eat organically.
Organic gardening operates on the concept of recycling. You use animal waste, kitchen scraps, and vegetable waste to mulch and compost. You will use common household items like vinegar and soap to prevent pests and weeds.
It’s not a new age science. It’s actually quite simple and can be satisfying to the soul! This book will give you all the steps to begin your all-natural garden. We’ll give you ideas about mulching, weed control, and composting. Plus, we’ll give you some ideas on all-natural pest controls and ways to make sure your garden thrives – without chemicals!
- KMS Publishing, October 2012
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