How to Make an Organic Garden

In simple words, organic gardening is getting your vegetables and fruits from your own garden. With the increase of the pesticides and petroleum by-products to have the best yields, an alarming study has shown that how harmful it is for the human fellows and the environment both. Organic farming is not a new technique; it is the same our grandfathers and forefathers have been doing this for hundreds of years.

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It has also been approved that the food and fruits that are obtained from the organic gardens are full of nutrients and energy. Further, the non-use of herbicides and pesticides also make your lawn safe place where the children can play. To start the organic garden may cost you more, but with the passage of time as the soil becomes upgraded and you learn more techniques it will surely go down. To make your own organic garden you can follow these steps-

 

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  1. Choosing the site: The very basic thing is learning the techniques to produce the fresh vegetables for yourself or your family. From this start by choosing a small place, it will require less effort to maintain and require fewer materials. You can even use the containers or window boxes to start. Do not try to plant in excess.
  2. Compost pile: An organic garden is fed on the compost. This will help the soil to become enrich so that the better development of the vegetables and fruits can be accomplished. The best things to use for the compost are already present in your garden they include
  • Fallen leaves
  • Weeds
  • Grass clipping
  1. Good soil: A right soil is a basis for a better organic farm. Adding the organic things to your farm is always a good idea, and this can be added as much as you could do from your compost heap. The good soil that has been enriched by the compost has many good advantages like
  • This is easy to shovel in, weeds out, enriched soil that is not hard packed. The softer it is the plant roots can penetrate deeper result in the better growth and thus better yields
  • This nourishes the plants while keeping all things naturally without using any chemical fertilizers which have side effects.
  • The slow growth results in better yields enrich in nutrients as compared to burst growth using fertilizers and other chemicals which also weaken plants
  • Agricultural research has shown that the clay soil being heavy can stay wet for a long time while the sandy one can drain water too quickly. However, the compost lies in between thus it helps water and air to nourish the root for the better duration.
  1. Weed control: While growing the organic farm, you must notice the growth of the weeds. Weeds are the thieves of the garden as they absorb the nutrients from the soil and produce you nothing thus wean the useful ones. For this reason, the weeds must be removed in the early stage of their growth.


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Author: Jason Hall

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