March 28, 2008, Newsletter Issue #92: Organic Gardening

Tip of the Week

Organic gardeners do more than just eliminate pesticides. They design their gardens around a “whole-natural system” that will replenish it and the resources it consumes. Organic gardening involves: · Building the soil for future gardening (not short term) · Controlling pests without harmful chemical pesticides that will harm humans and wildlife · Recycling yard and kitchen waste instead of burning it or throwing it away to decompose in landfills · Providing the plants with a balanced supply of nutrients including soil organisms, compost and other organic matter By using organic gardening practices you are not only protecting your dirt and soil from being contaminated, but you are also protecting your family from eating polluted food and breathing the chemically dense vapors.

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