Whether you are a city dweller with a balcony or rooftop container garden, a suburbanite with a few raised bed gardens or a country dweller with a few acres to utilize, organic gardening is a healthy, rewarding and responsible way to tend to gardens of any size.
Organic gardening refers to centuries old practices such as composting (to recycle nutrients) mulching (to control weeds and conserve water) and companion planting (to create biodiversity which promotes a symbiotic relationship between plants and insects).
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think organic gardening started in the 60ís and in a way it did.
Organic gardening was re-inspired as a response to the
increasingly expensive and destructive practices of chemical
As demand for organic products has increased, organic gardening is now practiced by a growing number of commercial farmers. They range from large-scale indoor mushroom growers, to specialty tomato growers providing year round tomatoes from organic hydroponic greenhouses, to organic co-op farms that sell shares in their harvest.
If commercial growers can farm organically, so can
you. The key is diversity and the use of organic techniques that have
been around for centuries.
will provide you with tried and true basics in the form of tips as well
as selected articles and products to improve your garden productivity.
This will help protect and preserve the environment and improve the quality of your life and health.
By practicing organic gardening techniques, you will be doing something positive for your
family, your community and all the creatures that share the earth with
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Organic Gardening Review
PO Box 1181
Charlestown, RI 02813
We at Organic Gardening Review would like to exchange links with
anyone who has a relevant site relating to gardening, organic
gardening or landscaping, sustainable agriculture, community
supported agriculture, or other similar topics.
The main purpose of our site is to disseminate information on
environmentally responsible activities and to promote
We are not trying to compete with other sites. We believe
instead that the more interconnected we are with like minded
people and groups the louder voice we have and better chance we
have of getting the message out.
Please suggest a site link by visiting our Gardening Directory.
Simply find the category or subcategory that best matches your
site and click on the "Add Site" link. We will review
submissions for suitability. If we decide to post your link we
would like a reciprocal link on your site. We will consider
business sites as well as organizations and informational sites.
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