I am featuring one of my favorite YouTube Gardeners in this post. The ash used for a garden is basically organic if the debris being burned is also organic. You can’t expect to burn plastics and have a nice organic ash. There is a lot to learn about the ash and how it helps in the soil. The video link: WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU USE ASH IN THE GARDEN? I will also be creating my own new videos of forest gardening and landscaping during 2020, for those who live in forested areas. The posts below lead to more pages on this site.
February 10, 2020
This is a list of my favorite organic plants to grow, I will add to the list as I find other organic and heirloom plants and herbs that I have success with. Organic Lettuce – Many Varieties Lettuce is one of the easiest vegetables to grow! In the early spring or fall, when temperatures drop … Continue reading Favorite Organic and Heirloom Vegetable Plants and Seeds
From the type of seeds and plants, to the soil, amendments, pesticides, fertilizer used, even the material that plant supports are made of will determine if your garden is truly organic or not. Whether you start your plants by growing from seeds or buying plant starts, you will be able to select only organically grown … Continue reading What makes a garden organic?
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