There are so many natural alternatives available to you if you want to turn your garden organic. You can build your garden as soon as you do some basic fundamental research.
When selecting among several varieties of a plant, choose the ones that will produce the largest yield. Many times, hybrid plants tend to resist disease, and tolerate the cold weather better than their traditional counterparts, resulting in higher yields.
Turn the handles of tools you have on hand into rulers to make measurements in your garden. Tools with long handles, such as a shovel or rake, are absolutely perfect for this job, and make your workload a little bit smaller. Lay the handles on the floor, then run the measuring tape down next to them. Paying close attention to the measurements, use a black marker to establish each interval along the handle’s side in a clearly visible manner. This will allow you to have a ruler at your fingertips when you are working out in the garden.
If you want to keep your garden free of pests, start with healthy soil! Healthy and well-nourished plants will be hardier and therefore better able to prevent pests from taking hold. If you want to get the best plants, begin with a soil that has hardly any chemicals, and that will bring salts.
All soil is not the same. You need to check the soil to make sure it’s the best for what you’re planting. Have a soil report done. It is cost effective and you can make necessary adjustments, based on the report, to your soil so it is correctly enriched to encourage plant growth. Save yourself the trouble of a failed crop by contacting your local Cooperative Extension to preform the soil test.
Any person can create a garden. However, only those who possess the right information will receive the most benefit from their garden. Be sure to try out these organic gardening ideas.