Organic Food Gardening Beginner’s Manual

what is the difference between ordinary gardening and organic gardening?

So what is the difference between ordinary gardening and organic gardening?

Basically organic gardeners choose to garden in harmony with nature, by using natural and organic materials and practices. We avoid using synthetic chemicals and fertilizers at all costs. This way we are as kind to our health and the environment as possible. It is a holistic approach to gardening, where all elements and their interaction with other elements are observed and taken into consideration.

The information found throughout these pages will be useful for all gardeners, but is written with beginners to organic practices and methods in mind. A lot of organic gardening is about trying something, seeing how it goes, making a record of it in your journal and then modifying it if it didn’t quite do what you wanted or expected it to.


  1. First Things First – Planning
  2. How To Create Healthy, Fertile Soil
  3. Feeding Your Soil
  4. Make Your Own Compost
  5. Basic Tools For Veggie Gardening
  6. Create A “No-Dig” Plot
  7. Growing Your Food From Seeds
  8. Transplanting Your Seedlings Successfully
  9. Transplanting Established Plants
  10. The Best Wavs To Water
  11. Mulching Is A Must!
  12. Keeping On Top Of Weeds
  13. How To Make Your Own Liquid Fertilizers
  14. Natural Insect, Pest & Disease Control
  15. Easy To Grow Vegetables
  16. Grow Healthy Organic Herbs
  17. How To Grow Perennial Vegetables
  18. How Much Do I Plant?
  19. Food Gardening In Small Spaces
  20. Organic Gardening Equipment & Supplies
  21. Organic Food Profits
  22. Vegetable Sowing Charts

Language: English
Format: PDF
Pages: 134
Size: 1.3 mb

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