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                                                                                                                             organic vegetable gardens

If you have an organic vegetable garden that means no chemicals, fertilizers and pesticides.

Organic vegetables gardens are more healthier than the commercial market gardens as the vegetables have no chemicals or pesticides on them. And really it is just as easy to set up an

organic vegetable garden as a garden where you use chemicals. The main difference is compost, most organic gardens use compost. I donít make compost I just put all used organic material back on the garden and leave it to decompose naturally. 

They call that method natural gardening but it is also organic as there are no chemicals involved.

The biggest problem with organic vegetable gardens is pests and diseases. You will always be at war with slugs and snails and some diseases, but you have to learn to live with them. I use distance and rotation. I never plant the same variety of plant close together. Iíll plant one here, one there and another over there. That way if one vegetable plant gets infected with a disease, the disease has problems getting to another plant. Also crop rotation stops a build up of a disease in the soil. 

I think organic vegetables are the way to go and anyway very soon they will be the only way to go.

Nearly everything to do with modern farming methods including fertilizers, pesticides and tillage come from oil and natural gas. But there is only one problem with this and that is the world is running out of oil and natural gas so forget about oil based methods of growing vegetables now because very soon youíll have to grow your garden organically.

For more information about how to grow vegetables check out our Vegetable Gardening page 

 

                      

                                                                                                

 

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