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Our manure comes from our dairy cows and is ell natural. Ready for spring planting flower beds, vegetables gardens, tomato plants, lawn repair, garden, practically anywhere you need to enrich your soil.

Just one of our dairy cow’s produces 120 pounds of manure every day, that’s over 40,000 pounds per year per cow.

Makes Great TEA!

(One of the Safer Liquid Fertilizers)

  • If you are planting Flowers Early Spring is the best time to apply.
  • Vegetable & other Root Crops best time to apply is early spring and fall.

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  • Minimum 3 yards delivered
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Organic Gardening
By I Henman

Think of the earlier days when chemical fertilizers and harmful
pesticides were not invented and people used to grow cereals and
pulses, fruits and vegetables, flowers and seedlings using
fertilizers from natural waste products. They were dependant on
home made pesticides instead of chemical pest removers. The
produces looked better, tasted better and were absolutely
harmless.

Well, people have come to appreciate today the practice the
earlier generation accomplished so well and regenerate the
system for their own benefit. In short, the method involves no
inorganic substances to be used in planting, nutrition or growth
of plants and trees. Fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and
supplements are all obtained only from nature. When this
technique is applied to gardening, it is called Organic
Gardening that is gaining popularity pretty fast and the
produces thus obtained are termed Organic Food.

Though Organic Food is also available at most supermarkets,
people prefer to grow them on their own for the extra
satisfaction that no adulteration has taken place and the
produces are genuinely ‘home grown’.

The organic movement has gained momentum and has now become a
national hobby that is as interesting as it is productive.
However, pests are pests and they are merciless when attacking
plants and herbs in an organic garden. But there are ways to get
rid of them in a natural way. One simple method is to plant
marigolds near the vegetable patch; another is to make a
concoction of cooking oil, dish washing soap and water and spray
the mixture to remove the pests.

Nor is the subject of natural fertilizers ignored. Merely using
kitchen and garden waste materials that may contain potato and
other vegetable peelings with a touch of rose prunings to
improve the texture has solved the mysterious way of compost
making. Coffee grounds add an agreeable smell to the blend. This
also does away about disposing all that waste products. But make
sure that everything is dry.

If you are interested to know how the organic garden lovers
insulate and enrich the soil, I may till you now. It is a simple
matter composed of pine needles and grass clippings gently
spread over the ground right under the plant. Ingenious, isn’t
it?

By the way, parents of young children are worried about the
chemicals that usually find their way in our food production and
sometimes these chemicals get into the waterways, causing
unknown damages to the human system. However, organic gardens
are free from such hazardous chemicals and your kids and the
dog, already a family member, can play there safely since it is
a natural chemical free zone.

People indulge in organic gardening not only to obtain the
product but also for their own mental satisfaction. Any creative
work, big or small, always has its reward. Lovers of organic
gardening derive immense pleasure in planting, pruning,
enriching and taking care of their garden. And this taking care
also becomes a part of the entire family as others are
encouraged to take active part in the organic garden. They learn
that it is important to identify with nature to survive and
flourish.

About the Author: For more information about Organic Gardening
and other outdoor activites visit our website at
http://www.openairactivities.com/

Source: http://www.isnare.com

Permanent Link: http://www.isnare.com/?aid=78257&ca=Gardening

 

 



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