A Beginner's Guide to Organic Gardening

J.D. Rockefeller's Book Club


The word “organic” is increasingly becoming synonymous with health and well-being. You will find many products on the shelves of major supermarkets with the organic tag on them. Increasingly, people are noticing this tag and going for more and more organic products.
Organic foods are completely natural and therefore considered to be good for your health and well-being. These are grown without the usual synthetic and chemical fertilizers and pesticides. Only natural methods of fertilization and pest control are used while growing them.
The result is that you end up consuming food products that don’t leave traces of chemicals in your stomach and blood. This, in turn, boosts your immune system and reduces the chance of various diseases including cancer.
Undoubtedly, organic is the way to go. If you are fond of growing your own vegetables right in your backyard, then even you should consider going organic. This means growing your vegetables, fruits, and flowers without the use of any chemicals. The question, however, is where and how should you begin?
Read this guide and you will learn how and where to get started with your own organic garden.

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