If you want a healthy organic garden, you have many options. You just need to learn the methods and use them.
A good tip to help your plants stay healthy and fight diseases is to use aspirin water. Dissolve one and one-half aspirins into two gallons of cold water, and use it to fortify your plants. You can simply spray them with the mixture to help aid them in fighting off diseases. Use this method every three weeks.
If you are looking at creating an endurable organic garden, you should think about keeping some of your property vacant so that wildlife may flourish there. Your cultivated garden spaces will benefit from the various insects and wildlife that will inhabit and pollinate the undeveloped space.
Keep the temperature in your home between 65 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit, if you are keeping or growing any kind of plant in your house. They need the temperature to be that warm so that they can grow. If your thermostat is normally kept lower in winter, you can use a heat lamp to keep your plants warm enough.
When helping organic plants flourish inside, it is vital to keep in mind how much light is reaching them. The amount of light available can determine which type of organic plants you should grow. For example, if your living area does not provide much natural sunlight, you could grow those plants that only need low to medium amounts of natural light to thrive. If the type of plant does not help, you can always use lights to help.
Do you want to kill weeds naturally? Layer sheets of newspaper on the surface of areas where you are trying to control weeds. Weeds can only grow when there is adequate sunlight. Newspapers placed atop weeds will starve them from light and they will eventually die. Newspapers break down nicely over time to become part of the compost. Put mulch over top to increase the attractiveness of the pile.
When maintaining your organic garden, try lightly petting your seedlings — either with the palm of your hand or something like a sheet of cardboard — once or twice each day. While it might sound strange, research has shown that this method can increase the size of your plants.
If you have problem slugs in your organic garden, get rid of them naturally with a beer trap. Dig a hole the size of a glass jar, and bury the jar with the top at ground level. Now, fill the jar with beer to approximately an inch below the lip. Beer is especially attractive to slugs; they will lured to it and trapped.
Anybody can grow a garden, but those who bother to understand what they’re doing will be the only ones to reap rich rewards from their crop. Use the organic tips in this article.