The word “organic” refers to the way farmers grow and process agricultural products, such as fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy products and meat. Organic farming practices are designed to encourage soil and water conservation and reduce pollution.
Farmers who grow organic produce don't use conventional methods to fertilize and control weeds. Examples of organic farming practices include using natural fertilizers to feed soil and plants, and using crop rotation or mulch to manage weeds.
Food scraps can be powerful starters for organic garden produce.
Heres our first attempt to replant table scraps (from organic garlic) and try to regrow them, in response to this informative how-to video on scraps.
This = two cloves of organic garlic leftover from the kitchen, a small food grade bucket with holes drilled in it, some organic dirt and compost and three days of watering.
How-to Grow a Vegetable Garden from Kitchen Scraps
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Many urban areas have community gardens where you can get your own plot if you do not have land by your residence. Community gardens in some urban environments have transformed the landscape and the community itself. Read about some community gardens in New York City from Beyond Pesticides' Pesticides and You. If you want to get your hands dirty but do not have the space or the desire to start a garden, see if there are any community-supported farms near you that could use your helping hands on weeding or other projects. This way you may get some experience growing before you start doing it on your own.
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