Starting An Organic Vegetable Garden

Starting An Organic Vegetable Garden



Starting An Organic Vegetable Garden

So, you've decided to start organic gardening at home. Good for you! Since you want to avoid chemical use, nutrient-rich soil and disease and pest-resistant .
Steps. Find the appropriate area for your organic vegetable garden. Determine if you prefer an in-ground garden bed or a raised garden bed. Prepare the organic garden bed. Shop for organic seedlings or organic seeds. Plant your organic garden. Label your organic plants.
I'm going to lay out my 7 most important organic gardening tips for starting a vegetable garden. Full Sun. To me, full sun means at least 8 hours a day. Start Small. 100 square feet per person in your household is plenty to start. Good Soil. Buy Plants. Fertilize. Microbes. Water.
Organic Vegetable Gardening 101. A series of posts that will show you how to start your first organic vegetable garden.
The upper soil zone, the first 6" to 10", is where most of the small feeder roots grow on vegetable plants. To make sure these roots get the food they need, spread a 2" to 4" layer of compost (more if available) over the whole surface of the garden (Image 3). Remember, be generous.



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