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Tips And Tricks For A Great Organic Garden

For some people, organic gardening is a relaxing activity, while for others, it is a bother. Here are some suggestions to get you on the right path to successful organic gardening.

Consider planting strawberries, especially ones that are everbearing, for your garden if you have small children. You will find that they enjoy participating in gardening if they are allowed to pluck the fresh berries and eat them straight from the earth.

One way to encourage an organic garden to be sustainable and healthy is to put aside a section to stay undeveloped, thus encouraging wildlife to approach it. Doing this will allow creatures that help plants to produce and pollinate to continue their actions, which will have a positive effect on the garden you develop.

It can be extremely fast and easy to plant perennials into your garden. Simply slice into the ground with a spade, flip the top layer of soil, and then cover it with several inches of wood chips. Wait two weeks or so, and then you are ready to jump right in with digging and planting.

Store a few plastic bags near your garden to slip on over your dirty gardening shoes. Having these available lets you keep your flow in movement, and helps you return to your gardening fast so you can finish up your day.

Dried Plants

When you’re making a compost pile, you should use fresh and dried plants to get it started. Examples of good green material to use for compost include grass clippings, flowers, leaves, and weeds. You can add dried plants by throwing straw, shredded paper, woody materials and cardboard on your pile. Certain substances will undermine your composting efforts and cancel out any benefits; these include meat, charcoal, ash or plants that have diseases or fungal growths.

Slugs are a nuisance that can be easily remedied with the use of an organic beer tramp. Get a clean, empty glass jar to use as a trap. Bury it with its mouth facing upwards. Keep putting dirt over the jar until the mouth is at the surface of your garden. Pour enough beer into the jar to fill it below an inch from the top. Slugs will be attracted by the beer and fall into the jar.

Organic gardening does take some effort, but anyone can do if they approach it with the right attitude. While it does take hard work and patience, a wonderful organic garden will be the end result and that will always be worth the effort. Simply by reading through the techniques provided to you in this article, you should find yourself much more informed and capable of organic gardening.

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