Moringa Tree Grown in Organic Garden with Micro-Drip Irrigaiton
Moringa Tree Grown in Organic Garden

3 Simple Eco-friendly & Organic Gardening Tips for Beginners

Organic Gardening is a healthy and fun hobby to start.  Studies show that spending a minimum of 15 minutes gardening around plants acts as a natural anti-depressant.  In today’s society, much of our agriculture is contaminated with harmful chemicals & additives to preserve shelf life.  Hence, Organic Gardening is a positive alternative for you and your family to get involved with!  Not only is it a healthy lifestyle hobby, but your hard work will yield organic food!  Here are 3 Simple Steps you can take to start your Organic Gardening experience:

1. Use Organic Soil. Quality Soil is Key to establish a strong root zone and plants overall health.

2. Utilize Drip & Micro Drip Irrigation. Drip Irrigation saves 90% of water consumption. If you have a sprinkler system, any zone can be easily converted to Drip. If you don’t have an irrigation system, you can connect your drip irrigation directly to your hose bib & even add a timer for convenience.

3. Use natural insecticides & fertilizers if needed. If you have bugs, the combination of dish soap and water can help repel them. If you need some added kick for your plants, use horse manure or worm castings.

Organic Gardening Community

Gardening Communities are popping up all around the United States and the World.  If you are new to the Organic Gardening scene or if you are a Master Gardener, you can easily get involved with locals in your community.  Facebook is a convenient way to locate people in your area who are into Organic Gardening.  Many individuals start their organic garden as a hobby & turn it into a small business.  If you are interested in learning more information about how to start a small business gardening, Click Here.  Please leave your questions & comments below.  Thanks for reading.

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