If you're over fifty and have time to plant a garden, there is a whole lot more to realize about Organic Gardening, than simply planting your garden and not spraying it with pesticides. There is a certain amount of essential principles of soil building, conservation, pest management, and heirloom variety preservation.
In Julie Turner's, Organic Gardening Beginner's Manual you'll discover it's beginner's manual for creating and managing your own organic garden. Even if you know nothing about organic gardening.... so you can get back your health and energy and save a stack of money. And, who doesn't like to save money?
This is an ideal book for anyone who is over fifty and has some extra time on their hands. It's being offered today for free for the next 24-48 hours as an Amazon promotion. You'll learn:
- Your very best area to grow your vegetables
- How to build up healthy, fertile soil without costing a fortune
- How to feed your soil - the organic ways
- How to create an easy, 'no-dig' veggie plot
- Massive savings by learning how to grow from seeds
- 9 Essential tips to successfully transplanting your seedlings
- Tips for the most effective watering
- Why mulching is a must in every organic garden
- 5 easy ways to keep your garden weed free
- How to slash your food bill in half
- The 7 crucial ingredients to making great compost
- What never to put into your compost
- How to make your own organic liquid fertilizers, saving $$'s
- Natural ways to protect your plants from pests and disease
- Top 10 easiest veggies to grow
- Secrets to growing lush, healthy herbs
- Why to include perennial vegetables
- What you must do to grow your food if space is limited
- How much to plant for your family's needs
She says, "Now you can access the information you want quickly and easily, to make planning and growing your vegetable garden a breeze! Growing our own food makes us less reliant on commercially grown foods. Who knows how long produce might have been sitting around on a shelf, or in a cooler room?
Do you wonder just what chemicals have been sprayed on that perfect-looking tomato, that really is quite tasteless? Being able to walk out to your organic vegetable garden and pick your own food - now let's see... how many food miles is that? - Oh, it's none!"
So if you're thinking about planting a garden this Spring, you might want to grab this book now, while it's free.
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