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Organic Fertilizers

Charge your produce up with nutrients for extra energy

Every time you take beautiful fruits, vegetables, herbs and even flowers out of your garden you are taking nutrients out of your garden.  While compost is a great soil amendment, most organic growers eventually need to supplement their soils with some organic fertilizer.  Check out some ideas for boosting the colors, tastes and aromas out of your garden and how you can feel great.

Feeling Good

Expert advice testing your soil for nutritional deficiencies

Nutrition Advice For Expecting Mums

Mums to be have a tough go of it. Everyone seems to have advice for what it is an expecting mum should be eating, drinking, and doing in

3 Organic Foods for Winter

Winter can be a tough season for everyone, and not just avid gardeners! That's why we figured out three great foods you can take in to fight off Old

Too much fruit? Too much of a good thing.

We run into this so frequently, that it's something we've coined a term for.  We call it "organic blindness". It goes sometime like this, "well, I've been gaining

Slacking on Sleep And Racking Up Pounds?

Modern life if filled with unimaginable conveniences. Twenty-four hour cable television, connected computers, cell-phones, and even the modern flourescent light.  They are all conspiring to keep you from getting a

Getting Started On a Tight Budget

One of the most common questions we get here at Organic Gardening is: how do I get started with a tiny budget? You've been looking through magazines and

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That’s Not Trash

Common household items you can use to fertilize your plants.

Like many of us, being ecologically minded, we do our best to separate our trash from our “recyclables” and then take those out to the curb, place them in the bin, and wait for a truck to come haul them away for processing.  The more adventurous of us even have a compost heap.

But here we’re going to talk about the everyday household items that some of the most savvy and experienced growers use on their crops and gardens to achieve the most flavorful, aromatic, and nutrient dense fruits and vegetables imaginable.  Recycle nutrients right in your own home

“The best fertilizer is a gardener’s shadow. “
Anonymous • Quote of the Day
“Fertilizer in a heap does no good. But a little spread around can work miracles all over.”
Richard Brinsley Sheridan