Tired of adulterated Vegetables? Start an Organic Garden at Home! (Making of Organic Soil)
Starting to build a new garden isn’t difficult. Most people begin by going out into their yards with a shovel or garden tiller, digging up the dirt and putting in a few plants. Following the organic and natural methods, add a little mulch or compost, and you’re well on your way to make good soil for your homegrown vegetables. But in the long run, the success of your garden depends on making healthy garden soil. The more you can do to keep your soil healthy, the more productive your garden will be and the higher the quality of your crops.
Part 2: Making of Organic Soil
Make a compost pile
Compost is the main ingredient for developing rich organic soil. You can use almost any kind of organic material to make compost that will enrich your soil, but the best things to start with are usually right there in your garden: Fallen leaves, Weeds (preferably before they go to seed), Grass clippings, Old fruit and vegetable trimmings and Don’t use anything containing oil, fat, meat, grease, feces, dairy, or wood chips.
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