Organic Vegetable Gardening

A Few Key Organic Vegetable Gardening Tips (Just For You. Yes. You)

Organic Peppers May Be Perfect For Your Garden

Peppers may be one vegetable you would consider in your garden

More and more, people from all walks of life are getting into organic vegetable gardening.

Why?

The reasons are many. Yours may be listed below.

  • Avoid GMO Foods
  • Better Tasting Food
  • Avoiding Potentially Harmful Chemicals
  • Taking Responsibility for Growing Your Own Food
  • Love to Get Back To Nature
  • Because It Is Just Plain Fun

Perhaps you are new to organic gardening and ready to experience the pleasure of this yourself. (Good for you) Maybe you think that you cannot create your own organic vegetable garden. It's too difficult or too overwhelming?

In truth – You Can Create Your Own Organic Veggie Garden!

We aim to help and point out that it is much easier than you think.

Here are some helpful tips and excellent videos to get you started in the wonderful world of Organic Gardening

Getting Started: How-To Video For Organic Vegetable Gardening

By howdini – this is a great, get started video. In this video, you will learn the following about organic gardening:

  1. How to plot out where you will grow your garden
  2. What tools you will need
  3. Where on your property you need to do this
  4. Mulch
  5. Times of year to grow and more…

Now that you want to get started, what are a few Organic Vegetable that are easy to grow?

About.com created this excellent video on just that subject!

  1. Organic Radishes
  2. Organic Lettuce
  3. Organic Carrots
  4. Organic Green Bush Beans
  5. Organic Squash and Zucchini

How To Grow Organic Vegetables (On A Budget)

John from GrowingYourGreens.com shares a great video.

This organic gardening tips video is 20m 37s

At 11 minutes John discusses the tips in detail.

  • Make your own compost (for free)
  • Yard Waste
  • Leaves and wood chips (from a tree company)
  • Old produce (from your local grocery store)
  • Worm Castings (red wigglers)
  • Meal Worm Castings
  • Micorizza (nutrient uptake help in the soil)
  • Rock Dust (Try a local rock and stone quarry)
  • Sea Salt and more

How To Grow An Organic Vegetable Garden – Video

Here Is Another Wonderful Organic Vegetable Gardening Tips Video

She does a great job of sharing some of the organics she grows. You can find her wonderful “weekend wellness” series on youtube and her website about the natural and organic lifestyle.

Organic Vegetable Gardening Article

Growing Organic Vegetables is certainly not new in the world. However, most folks today understand the importance of eating healthy. Besides being healthy for you, organic veggies just taste better. With the nutrients they absorb from the soil – you'll be able to taste and feel the obvious difference. Typically, you won't find this in the big-box grocery stores.

Perhaps you have come to this place now. You are ready to start organic vegetable gardening. Where to start?

Here are Some Tips on How to Grow Organic Vegetables

Choosing Your Organic Vegetable Garden Place (Tips Video)

Choosing Your Vegetables

Decide on the type of veggies you want to grow. There are so many great vegetables out there it may be easier to start out by researching what type of veggies you can grow in your area. Naturally, you will have to pick your veggie depending on the time of year as well.

Learn About Companion Planting In Your Organic Garden

OK now that you’ve got the perfect vegetables selected, (I love growing peppers and tomatoes myself) you can start by planting them in a place that will get the appropriate amount of sun for the job.

Avoid Lifeless Soils – Organic Fertilizer Ideas

You may need to add some all natural ingredients to the soil to help your veggies better take root and stay strong.

What Is The Difference Between Chemical and Organic Fertilizer? Video

Luckily there are a ton of organic compounds you can use to add to the soil and most of these you can find in any specialty gardening shop.

There is fish meal and ground sea shells and kelp for example among countless other types of vitamins and minerals that can be used to help your veggies grow to their full potential.

Soil Amendments – Composting 101

Because you are growing organic vegetables you may as well start a compost pile and get the most out of your left over food scraps. No meats or proteins, just grass clippings, weeds, vegetable and fruit skins and trimmings as well as egg shells. All of these ingredients will make for a great compost pile, and the compost pile when turned on a regular basis and kept from molding will be great for your vegetables.

How To Create A Great Compost Pile Video

This is a great how to video that discusses ways to create a compost pile. This video was created by Grow Veg. Wonderful job you guys.

They also developed a brilliant Online Garden Planner App

Have fun when you grow organic vegetables and enjoy the delicious meals you will create with them.

There is nothing better than the inner reward of knowing you grew those Organic Vegetables on your own!

PS: How About This For Becoming A Better Organic Vegetable Grower?? 15 Crucial and Free Organic Gardening Lessons For Becoming A Better Organic Gardener.

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Best Wishes and Happy Organic Gardening,

by Brad M (Egad Its Brad)