Organic Vegetable Gardening In The Southwest – Yes You Can!

Red wigglers are mostly top feeders. That is to say, you can just put your leafy scraps right on top of their dirt and they will be right there to feed. There is no need to work it in or anything like that. You can even toss slices of old bread on top and they will eat it from underneath. Remember, worms are an organic gardeners friend. In fact, put a bunch of them in each of your garden beds. They will continuously aerate your soil and keep it loose while at the same time they will be creating their famous worm poo and automatically fertilize your soil.

Things that are sold in the market are not always healthy. Several chemicals and pesticides are used to grow these tomatoes. The skin is very thick and the inner portions are not very tasty. When you eat tomatoes that you have grown all by yourself, you will be able to feel how different they are from the ones that are available in the market.

First of all, you need to know what Organic Gardening is. To give a basic definition it is when you only use natural items to help your plants grow. This means that you don’t use any type of pesticides or synthetic fertilizers to try and get your garden going. Many people will actually take kitchen scraps and other wastes to make their own composts so that they can fertilize. This entire process of being organic usually does take a bit longer than most other types of gardening but there are a lot of additional benefits that come with it.

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The new suggestions I found were diatomaceous earth [DE], Sluggo and Red Clover. DE is fossilized remains of one-celled algae. This white powder is rough and cuts the underbelly of the slugs. So, now the garden has a lovely snow effect.

But before we could get to that disaster, there was working the plot. We three girls, Brenna, her sister and I, worked in the April sun for about six hours. We got the plot about half ready for planting and major sunburns. We also spent another on a hoe, rake, garden trowels, and gloves.

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Compost is organic material produced when bacteria in the soil cause garbage and biodegradable trash to decompose. It is an organic fertilizer. Making compost requires regular turning of the pile, mixing the materials in it, and exposing them to air. It is an ongoing process, and is a good way to recycle kitchen scraps and other vegetable matter.