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|Posted on June 16, 2015 at 4:05 PM||comments (0)|
In the world of organic gardening, there are plenty of great resources available to both new and experienced organic gardeners alike. There are many e-guides, books, videos, and other resources available. This set of tips contains some of the best advice for helping a good organic gardener become a great organic gardener.
When you are organic gardening, ask your children to lend a hand. Gardens are a wonderful place for kids to learn, and working side by side with them can strengthen the bond that you have.
You can help your plants resist disease by spraying them with aspirin water. Crush and dissolve one and one-half 325mg tablets in two full gallons of plain water. Spray your plants with the water if they have a disease. Spray them once about every three weeks.
Organic indoor plants may need additional light sources to make up for the light they miss out on by being indoors. This needs to be considered. If you want indoor plants, choose specimens that can grow in relatively dark places. If you still are unable to get enough light to your plants, consider purchasing grow-lights.
You will garden more efficiently if you keep your tools close by. Put them into a basket you carry with you, or use an apron with many pockets and hanging loops. If you have your pruning shears, spade, trowel and gloves handy, you will be able to get your gardening chores done much more quickly.
Becoming a skilled gardener isn't going to happen overnight, but if you can use the information you have learned here, you can certainly work toward becoming a great gardener. There is much information on the subject; you only need to know what to do with it. With what you learned, you can change up your strategies to create and grow a very beautiful organic garden.
|Posted on June 1, 2015 at 1:17 PM||comments (0)|
Just about anyone can become an organic gardener. It's a fun, relaxing hobby that has a lot of benefits. If you are unfamiliar with gardening in general, or the specifics of organic gardening, the process may be daunting. So, how should a beginning organic gardener learn the basics? Well, a great place to start is with the following helpful article!
If you have children, plant strawberries, especially ever-bearing strawberries, in your organic garden. Children love to pick their own fruit right out of the garden, and will be more willing to help with the process if they get something out of it.
Using a solution of aspirin and water can prevent certain plant diseases. Three aspirins per four gallons of water will help keep your plants healthy. The simple practice of spraying them with the mix will help them fight off diseases. Use this method to spray your plants every three weeks.
If you want a sustainable garden, leave part of it undisturbed as a home for the wildlife in the area. The presence of native flowers, trees and grasses will attract birds and insects. You will be rewarded by an appealing and flourishing landscape.
Plants growing in your home need a constant temperature of no less than 65 degrees. Young plants need a temperature within that specific range to grow. If your home isn't that warm during in winter, try a heat lamp to use on your organic plants instead.
With what you learned you should now feel a bit more confident when it comes to gardening, and you should think of it as an easy task to tackle now. Growing a garden the right way is a rewarding and relaxing experience. If you remember these tips the next time you are in the garden, you will be much more successful.