In Depth Organic Gardening Tips and Tricks with Lee O’Hara (Part 2 of 7)


■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ alturl.com ▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲ Click link above to get your FREE $500 Dollar Home Depot Gift Card! You can use it to buy supplies! 😉 ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ ◘ ■ Step 1: Make Your Soil Healthy Again An organic gardener uses natural mineral and organic fertilizers to build up the soil. Chemical fertilizers and insecticides are not used, because these artificial stimulants and disinfectants compromise the desire for good soil and can also be dangerous. Water pollution from fertilizer and spray runoff reflect some of that danger. Compost is by far the best fertilizer for your soil. You can use ordinary household waste such as fruits, vegetables, lawn clippings, coffee grinds and even hair and dryer lint in your compost bin. The more variety of ingredients (so called “green” and “brown” materials), the better the results of your composting. Mix composted manures, bone meal and other organic fertilizers into your soil as well. Your lawn, vegetable garden and flowering plants will each need different types of fertilizer, so learning which plants grow best in which type of soil will allow you to drastically cut down the maintenance of your garden as the years pass. Step 2: There is No Step Two! That’s it! It’s all about the soil. Once you learn all about your soil, organic fertilizers and which plants need what, you will begin to see fabulous results. It

One Response to “In Depth Organic Gardening Tips and Tricks with Lee O’Hara (Part 2 of 7)”

  1. marchbabymimi says:

    Lee’s DVD’s are phenomenal! Any organic gardener will learn a new skill with these videos! Beginners will be master gardeners in no time 🙂

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