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Solid Advice On What Types Of Garden Soil To Use

Posted on May 19, 2015 at 3:53 PM Comments comments (0)
Many people want an organic garden, but never try it. Often, people are put off by its perceived complexity, or are intimidated by all they'd need to know to get started. This article can help you get the tips you need to make the leap into the fun and beneficial world of organic gardening.

A garden with a foundation of healthy soil is the best defense against pests. Healthier plants are stronger, which in turn can help the plants you grow to become more resistant to disease and bugs that can harm them. Start your garden off with a high-quality soil that you can enrich over time.

The first thing you should do when planning a garden is test the soil. You can do a soil sample analysis for an affordable fee and then know what you need to properly treat your soil with so you can grow the best plants. A lot of Cooperative Extension locations offer this service, and you can prevent ruining a few crops by identifying the specific steps to take.

Take all of the weeds out of your landscaping! Weeds can kill a precious garden. To do this, think about using white vinegar. Weeds can be killed by white vinegar! If you are too busy to pull weeds by hand, make a white vinegar solution and keep it handy for a quick spray when needed.

Tempt your cat away from the plants he has been bothering by planting catnip or wheat grass near them. Additionally, use your cat's keen sense of smell to your advantage. Citrus fruit peels and mothballs both smell horrible to cats, so put them on the soil near the plants your cat likes to eat.

Once you understand the advice contained in this article, you will no longer feel so hesitant to try organic gardening. Follow the tips you have studied here, and your yard will soon be yielding a terrific amount of delicious wholesome food for you.

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