Starting an Organic Garden

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    1. How to Start a New Garden
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    Homegrown veggies taste better, and are easier on the wallet than their store-bought counterparts. Start your own garden and enjoy the fruits of your labor!

    Homegrown veggies taste better, and are easier on the wallet than their store-bought counterparts. Start your own garden and enjoy the fruits of your labor!

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    2. How to Support Plants in Your Garden
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    If your plants are tall and top heavy or fruit bearing and need to be trellised, learn how to give them the support they need, in this lesson from Grow Organic!

    If your plants are tall and top heavy or fruit bearing and need to be trellised, learn how to give them the support they need, in this lesson from Grow Organic!

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    3. Gardening and Plant Nutrition
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    Vitamins aren’t just for people—minerals, micronutrients, and macronutrients can help your plants grow big and strong—so learn about proper plant nutrition!

    Vitamins aren’t just for people—minerals, micronutrients, and macronutrients can help your plants grow big and strong—so learn about proper plant nutrition!

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    4. How to Start Your Own Compost Pile
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    Composting transforms waste headed for the landfill into nutrient-dense plant food—and it couldn’t be easier! Learn how in this lesson from Grow Organic.

    Composting transforms waste headed for the landfill into nutrient-dense plant food—and it couldn’t be easier! Learn how in this lesson from Grow Organic.

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    5. How to Start Lasagna Gardening
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    Want to make an easy and nutrient-rich garden bed without any digging? Discover sheet layering or 'lasagna gardening', a slow compost process with no tilling.

    Want to make an easy and nutrient-rich garden bed without any digging? Discover sheet layering or 'lasagna gardening', a slow compost process with no tilling.

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Fran C
Thank you. It was very informative
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barbara b
very helpful tips! love that you covered a lot thoroughly enough in short time
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Priscilla G
Thank you that was great!
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Sharon D
Thanks for the tip of waiting a couple of days after tilling before planting so I can get rid of the weeds.
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Sean L
Wow! This is great!
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