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Easy Organic Gardening Tips From The Pros

 

Organic gardening is becoming an increasingly popular activity. Just using the tips here will show you how you can get started now with an organic garden. Simply follow through with our handy tips and tricks and take advantage of these great results.

If you have children, plant strawberries, especially everbearing strawberries, in your organic garden. Children are thrilled to harvest fruit from their own garden, and doing so often makes them more enthusiastic about helping out with the more hum-drum aspects of tending a garden.

A mixture of aspirin and water can protect your plants from common diseases. To add the aspirin to the plant, dissolve about one tablet and a half into approximately two gallons of fresh water. Simply spray your plants with the mixture, and this will help them fend off various diseases. Try to apply the mixture to the plants at least once in each three week period.

If you are planning to grow plants within the house, the temperature should be maintained between 65 and 75 degrees within the daylight hours. They need the temperature to be that warm so that they can grow. These temperatures may not be comfortable for you, however. As an alternative to keeping your entire home that warm, consider getting heat lamps for your organic plants.

Having a garden of perennials can be an easy and quick process. Slice under the grass with a spade, flip the layer you have lifted over, and spread three inches of wood chips on top. Give the area a couple of weeks, then dig into it and plant your new perennials.

 

Seeds that have sprouted don’t require the extra warmth that was needed before they sprouted. Take your plants out of the heat once they start to grow. If you used plastic wrap to insulate your seedlings, you should now remove it. Unless you closely monitor your seedlings, you may not move them in time.

Spend your time working efficiently in your organic garden. Don’t waste time searching for lost tools. Organize the tools you will need before you head to the garden, and put every item away when you finish your work. If you need, use a tool belt or even pants that have quite a few pockets.

As you can see, keeping up with an organic garden is both challenging and rewarding. It takes time and patience. The next time your are working in your garden, see if there may be an opportunity to test a few of these tips. Just remember to apply these tips as you have read them and your garden should do just fine.

 
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