Beginners Guide To Organic Gardening And Composting by Doris Walker

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We all learned in high school biology that "organic" refers to carbon compounds, or any material that is or was alive. The term "organic gardening" is used to mean cultivating plants without toxins meant to kill insects, weeds, and fungus, and without synthetic fertilizers. The advantage of organic gardening in your vegetable patch is obvious.

No one needs organophosphates or any other toxins on his or her veggies. We also don't need toxins getting into the soil, the water table, and, eventually, our tap water or the ocean. How can you have a good harvest without using toxic chemicals?

This book explains how to start an organic garden and compost pile. Start living a healthier life right now.

About Doris Walker

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Published September 29, 2012 by Just Kindle Books. 14 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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