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|Posted on July 6, 2015 at 6:14 AM|
People everywhere are realizing the amazing benefits of organic gardening. Just using the tips here will show you how you can get started now with an organic garden. Just put these tips to work in your own garden to yield delicious and nutritious results.
Select plants that produce a relatively high yield. In most circumstances, a cold-tolerant or disease-resistant hybrid will have a higher yield when compared to a more traditional variety.
Use your tool handles as rulers in the garden. You can use shovels or rakes as measuring sticks. Place the handles on the ground and measure them. You can label distances using a permanent marker. When you decide to work in the garden again, you will now have a ruler at your disposal.
If you want an organic way to weed your garden, try "boiling" them. Any vessel of boiling water that you can carry safely can be used as an organic herbicide. One simple layer across the weeds with a pot of boiling water will take care of the problem, but you have to remember the same applies to your plants, as well. Boiling water damages weed and plant roots, so be sure to avoid the plants you don't want to eliminate.
Cooled water left over from steaming vegetables can be fed to them as a little snack. You should also try using a bit of coffee grounds or tea to increase the acidity of the soil for your gardenias or your rhododendrons. Some types of plant fungus problems can be solved by sprinkling with chamomile tea.
As mentioned earlier, it will take time and effort to achieve the goals you have for your organic garden. Patience will be required. Start implementing the hints and tips you've been given to find out what an incredible garden you can grow. Regardless of what specific insights you choose to apply, they'll help you successfully grow whatever you choose to plant.
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