Many gardeners prefer organic gardening techniques as a way of growing lots of tasty, edible crops without the use of man-made chemicals and fertilisers.
Organic gardening grows more and more popular each day, and for a good reason.
Organic gardeners avoid the use of synthetic chemicals to keep their yards healthy and hazard-free.
The methods of keeping plants growing vigorously without the heavy reliance on environmentally unfriendly sprays are the true success of organic gardens.
This video tells you more about about the top ways to growing healthier vegetables in your organic garden. Organic gardening faces more challenges than conventional gardening methods due to a zero-tolerance to harmful chemical use. But, it is possible to get a higher-yielding harvest because other gardening methods overlook fundamental points to a stronger crop.
- Maintain a good compost pile. The nutrients derived from your composting provide everything your soil needs to sustain the garden.
- Be mindful of the length of the growing season. The longer the growing season, the more compost is needed in the soil. A longer growing season requires more nutrients and organic matter in the soil.
- Try companion planting. Some plants replenish nutrients lost by another plant, and some combinations can effectively keep pests away.