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|Posted on June 13, 2015 at 4:43 PM||comments (0)|
Pay close attention to your organic garden, and take the absolute best care of it that you possibly can. A little extra gardening know-how doesn't hurt either. By employing your knowledge you will be able to more efficiently and reliably produce healthy, tasty food. Using these tips will make you a top-class organic gardener in no time.
Involve the whole family in your gardening hobby; children find growing things to be very interesting. Gardens are terrific teaching tools for kids, and provide great opportunities for interaction, growth, and instruction on healthy living.
Think about planting everbearing strawberries in your garden, especially if you have small children. Kids really enjoy plucking snacks directly from the ground, and may have greater enthusiasm for the work if they see the results of their labor right away.
Ward off certain diseases that plague plants with the use of aspirin. To add the aspirin to the plant, dissolve about one tablet and a half into approximately two gallons of fresh water. The simple practice of spraying them with the mix will help them fight off diseases. Apply at three week intervals.
If you're thinking about growing your own organic garden, then you might want to consider keeping a bit of your property undeveloped; this way wildlife can flourish. You will find that many of the supporting cast of insects and birds that aid in plant production and pollination will be present on your land and actually help your developed gardens to produce better.
For in-home organic gardeners, you are looking for an ideal temperature of around 60-75 degrees for your plants. They need this type of warm temperature in order to grow. Another option is the use heat lamps that will protect your organic plants.
As these suggestions have shown you, anyone can have a successful organic garden. Although it requires lots of hard work and patience, it's ultimately worth it to own an organic garden that's successful.