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|Posted on June 7, 2015 at 10:46 AM||comments (0)|
One of the smartest things you can do for you and your diet is to start an organic garden. Consider your garden an investment of your time and hard work. You may be curious as to how to start the organic gardening process.
You can help your plants resist disease by spraying them with aspirin water. To add the aspirin to the plant, dissolve about one tablet and a half into approximately two gallons of fresh water. Spray your plants with the water if they have a disease. Apply this solution to your plants every few weeks.
Keep your plants in a warm, moist environment, if possible. They need the temperature to be that warm so that they can grow. If you think it would not be comfortable to keep your residence that warm in the winter, consider purchasing a heat lamp to use on the plants.
It can be extremely fast and easy to plant perennials into your garden. Simple slice into the soil with a spade, flip the turf, and mulch the area with 3 to 4 inches of wood chips. Wait two weeks, then dig in and plant the new perennials.
In your flower beds and garden, utilize a few inches of organic mulch. Doing this keeps weeds down, keeps the moisture in your plants, and gives more nutrients to the plants. Also, the flower beds will look beautifully maintained at all times.
Work properly in your garden. Have your tools laid out in an orderly way so you do not have to search for them. Organize the tools you will need before you head to the garden, and put every item away when you finish your work. Wear pants with several pockets or use a tool belt.
As should be obvious by now, organic gardening requires a bit of forethought and planning before implementation. So you can see these results, you must keep working with them. Incorporate the insights you've learned here to get your organic garden growing this year.