Gardeners, Nutritionists and Ecologists Know ...

Organic Gardening is the Healthiest and Most Ethical Way to Feed Yourself and Your Family!

But Do You Know Where to Begin...?

Stop giving health food stores and fancy supermarkets your hard earned money for marked up organic produce and learn how to grow your own nutrition packed food!

Read my Do-It-Yourself Primer!

The Easy Guide to Organic Gardening

Stop poisoning the environment with toxic fertilizers and chemicals and learn how to garden responsibly!

Learn How to Grow Luscious and Appetizing Produce That Would Be Prized By Any Gourmet Chef!

Dear Aspiring Organic Gardener,

If you have landed on this page you are probably interested in becoming an organic gardener or you have already been dabbling in this age-old way of growing produce for awhile with less than satisfactory results.

If you have never been an organic gardener before then you are probably curious as to what this "new movement" in agriculture is all about.

People have many reasons for wanting to grow their own organic produce. You are probably interested in the following benefits of growing food this way because -

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Organic Gardening You want to leave less of a carbon imprint on the planet and you realize that the trucks that carry supermarket quality green house grown produce to you are polluting the air you breathe

Organic Gardening You have read the statistics about commercially raised fruits and vegetables being far less nutritious for you and you want to do something about it so you and your family can stay healthy

Organic Gardening You want to keep the integrity of hybrid seeds and discourage the development of pesticide resistant diseases which destroy entire crops year after year

Organic Gardening You have been eating organically for some time but are sick and tired of paying three to four to ten times as much for a single fruit or vegetable just because it was grown organically

Organic Gardening You have been sick and want to be in complete control of your diet because nobody can be sure that what the stores are stocking out there is completely 100% organic

Organic Gardening You want to make sure that your children grow strong and tall because they are eating the best most nutritious food possible that can be grown on this planet

If you can identify just one of the statements above then you need to read The Easy Guide to Organic Gardening.


However you might already be an organic gardener and if that is true then you can still greatly benefit from the information in The Easy Guide to Organic Gardening. This is not just a book for rookies!

That is because organic farming can be tricky! If you are anything like me your first efforts were probably fairly dismal looking, especially in terms of their appearance!

Most organic gardeners are resigned to dealing with vegetables and fruits that look like they have been attacked by every pest and disease that ever evolved as being a necessary part of being a holistic, eco-conscious gardener.

Well I am here to tell you that your organic gardening results can look better, taste better and have greater nutritional value.

If you are sick of withered looking, unhealthy vegetables that are good for you but look sickly on the plate, I can help you grow nicer, more picturesque produce without resorting to the use of chemical fertilizer I can help you do that as well!

Not Sure If Organic Gardening is For YOU?

Then ask yourself the following questions!!

Do you love nature including insects, worms, frogs, snails and everything else that can help make a healthy garden grow?

Do you believe that chemicals and pesticides in our foods contribute to all kinds of health problems including cancer?

Are you worried about the fact that our soils are exhausted of nutrients with little chance of recovery if everyone keeps on gardening with toxic chemicals and nitrogen fertilizers

Are you the type of person who is not satisfied with a quick fix when it comes to ecological problems but who is determined to change the world through proven agriculturally sound means?

Have you thought of actually going into business and selling healthy organic produce to the people in your neighborhood?

Have You Always Wanted to Make It Your Goal to Work
in Harmony With Nature Instead of Against It?

Then Organic Gardening is For You!

Have you ever wondered how the world became such a mess when practicing ethical agriculture gardening is easily available?

After all it is not something you are ever going to read about in the newspapers because the media relies on advertising dollars from the very same organizations and companies that have to put fertilizers and chemicals in our foods!!

Also poisoning our soil, water and atmosphere with toxic gardening practices has become so commonplace that not everybody takes is just seen as a necessary evil.

In The Easy Guide to Organic Gardening I expose the secrets and strange history of agricultural practices including ...

Organic Gardening An explanation of how and when nitrogen fertilizers first began to permeate our soils and exhaust it of much needed nutrients and minerals

Organic Gardening How farmers were able to grow healthy fruits and vegetables before the advent of nitrogen and chemical fertilizers

Organic Gardening Why nitrogen based fertilizers are expensive to us in more ways than one

Organic Gardening The practices of botanist Sir Alfred Howard who is often described as the "father of organic gardening."

Organic Gardening How in the sixties activist Rachel Carson managed to get DDT out of our lives after she demonstrated that it kills birds!

Organic Gardening All about the movement attached to Organic Gardening Magazine that helped many enthusiasts switch from pesticides back to healthier ways of growing gardens

Organic Gardening Why reducing our dependence on nitrogen and chemical based fertilizers is absolutely crucial to mankind's long term survival on this planet

Organic Gardening Why some of the substances that that commercial agriculture pours on our earth is so toxic that it should not be allowed to come within miles of our dinner tables

Organic Gardening How organic produce actually ended up being more of specialty item that costs more to produce when it should be the other way around ...

...and a lot more information about how we have become not only duped into avoiding organic vegetables but also paying more for them should we decide to eat them!

So is there anything wrong with just buying produce from your supermarket?

Stop Spending A Ton of Money On WATER When You Buy
Luscious Looking Fruits and Vegetables That Are So
Perfect They Almost Look Fake!

When it comes to your food you want to be sure that it is organic because according to a study done at Newcastle University in England it was discovered that organic fruit and vegetables contain up to forty percent more antioxidants than non-organic foods.

So let's just say you wanted your child to eat just one carrot a day. Would you want him or her to snack on the one that has forty percent more antioxidants or give him or her one and a half more carrots to eat instead?

No wonder we are all getting so fat! We have to eat three to four times as much supermarket produce if we want to get the same amount of nutrition that is in the same serving of non-organic produce.

Also the United States Department of Agriculture is claiming that the level of essential minerals to be found in commercially produced fruit and vegetables has declined by a significant margin since the 1940s as well.

This makes sense because the majority of the chemical fertilizers used by commercial agriculture 'swell' fruit and vegetables to make them appear more luscious and appetizing by forcing them to retain more water.

Consequently, the extra money that you pay because those fruits and vegetables are bigger and therefore heavier is pretty much wasted as all you are buying is water with no nutrients or minerals whatsoever.

You also end up paying EXTRA money for these fruits and vegetables because they are bigger and heavier and weigh more on the scales. Sure they look pretty in a fruit bowl but nutritionally they are a disaster.

Are You Ready to Become An Organic Gardener?

The Easy Guide to Organic Gardening Shows You How to Do It All!

I teach you everything you ever needed to know about gardening from the very beginning including -

How to understand what the notion of gardening in harmony with nature really means

Organic Gardening How to understand how to work with the inevitable inconsistencies that come with working with Mother Nature once you make the decision that you cannot control her (part of being a true organic gardener)

Organic Gardening How to recognize weather and soil conditions so that you can identify those that are good for growing a particular fruit or vegetable

Organic Gardening How to assess your nutritional needs, weather and soil to figure out what you are going to grow

Organic Gardening How to use a standard bit of graph paper to plot out what your garden should look like

Organic Gardening How to make sure that your garden has an abundant supply of water

Organic Gardening How to make sure that you are using uncontaminated water to grow your organic vegetables and fruits (or else it is not really organic)

Organic Gardening How to use recycled water to nourish your organic garden

...and a lot more information about how to position your garden so it is placed optimally to receive the best sunlight and rain and away from more destructive forces such as high winds.

You have also probably gathered by now that an organic vegetable, fruit or herb is ONLY as good as the soil that is grown in which is why there is a great deal of information in The Easy Guide to Organic Gardening on:

Organic Gardening How to make your own humus to enrich your soil

Organic Gardening How to profile your soil and its needs by determining whether or not it is dense, tightly packed, dry, cracked, sandy, moist or binding

Organic Gardening How to use a glass of water to correctly identify your soil types

Organic Gardening How to mix soils to make a nutritious supportive loam for your garden

Organic Gardening How to create raised garden beds so you can double your productivity

Organic Gardening How to test your soil for pH balance and what the perfect acidic/alkaline balance of the earth must be to go organic

Organic Gardening The secret of using iron supplements to enrich the soil and when it is possible to use too much

Organic Gardening How to introduce conditioning materials like gypsum to the soil

Organic Gardening How to quicken changes in soil composition that normally could not happen overnight without resorting to dangerous chemicals

Organic Gardening How to identify compost that may actually be BAD for your garden produce

Organic Gardening How to make use of the plan hardiness chart for the USA or the UK to know what you can plant in your area

Organic Gardening How to test the temperature of the soil using a thermometer

Organic Gardening Which "cool weather" crops you can plant early in the spring

Organic Gardening What crops need "hot" soil to do well organically

Organic Gardening How to read the back of a seed packet and really decipher what the charts have to say about what you are about to plant.

Organic Gardening All about how to be a proper "double digger" to make sure your soil has great structure

Organic Gardening How to prevent moist soil from becoming clay or mud

Organic Gardening How to loosen up soil beds without disturbing the natural structure of the plant bed itself

Organic Gardening How to work your garden so that you don't have to do any garden maintenance and how you can even grow highly nutritious edible weeds

Organic Gardening Why keeping some weeds in your garden is an ethical way of supporting wild life in your garden as well

...and everything else you have ever wanted to know about creating the type of soil that supports organic herbs, vegetables and fruit.

Sick of Looking at Empty Spots in Your Garden?

Never Plant a Seed That Doesn't Grow Again!

I know that when I first started gardening one of my main challenges was making sure that I was growing plants, not weeds and that what I did plant would actually produce fronds, leaves and eventually produce!

I recognize that not everybody who reads The Easy Guide to Organic Gardening will actually have a green thumb because I sure don't.

Like you I was once just an enthusiast about organic gardening but scientific evidence about how our agricultural practices were depleting our resources soon convinced me to try and be a better gardener. That in a nut shell is exactly how this eBook came to be - I was completely useless when it came to wallowing around in the mud in my garden and I never dreamed that one day I could ever become an expert at growing organic vegetables.

I firmly believe that a lot of my expertise as a gardener had a lot to do with what I found out about planting seeds when I started to do a little research about the subject.

That is why a good deal of the focus in The Easy Guide to Organic Gardening is all about how to grow from seed including --

Organic Gardening Access to a chart called the seed packet jargon buster that can help demystify what you can plant and what you can't plant

Organic Gardening How to plant very small seeds without losing them in your gloves, clothing and hair

Organic Gardening How to successfully build a trench for planting your seeds

Organic Gardening Why having too many seeds is better than not having enough

Organic Gardening A discussion of the important role that mulch can play in your seeded area

Organic Gardening Why a larger seed is more likely to grow a plant that can thrive outdoors than a small one

Organic Gardening The advantage that smaller seeds have when it comes to germination

Organic Gardening How to get a "head start" with seeds in the Spring by germinating them inside first

Organic Gardening How to mix mature compost with sand and this secret medium to make sure indoor seeds germinate properly

Organic Gardening How to make sure that seedlings that you are going to plant are tough enough to make it from indoors to outdoors

Organic Gardening How to assess whether or not a seedlings bought from a garden center or shop are healthy enough to make it

Organic Gardening How to make indoor seedlings hardier so they can successfully be transplanted outdoors

Organic Gardening How to plant saplings in the garden so that they can thrive instead of become unattractive weaklings

Organic Gardening How to identify how far apart certain plants should be planted so that they can thrive

Organic Gardening How to prevent the roots of plants from drying out when you transplant them

Organic Gardening How to use rocks to help your plant absorb the proper amounts of water and nutrients from the soil

Organic Gardening How to handle a plant's "root ball" so that you do not damage it

Organic Gardening How to determine whether or not you have positioned a plant in the ground so that it is level

Organic Gardening How to tap the soil flat so that you keep the plant secure yet not smothered too tightly by dirt

Organic Gardening A discussion of how much you need to water the plants so cuttings or seedlings can be well established

Organic Gardening How to make row covers out of things like plastic milk containers if the weather gets too cold and threatens your seedlings

Organic Gardening A discussion of the absolutely ideal type of weather for transplanting seedlings

Organic Gardening Where to find organic seaweed fertilizer

Organic Gardening How to use weeds as a way of helping you pull nutrients to the surface from deep down in the soil

Organic Gardening Why radishes are almost idiot-proof to grow and a good organic "beginner vegetable"

Organic Gardening How to make sure that you can grow pest-proof tomatoes

Organic Gardening Why you should plant this vegetable which just keeps giving and giving

Organic Gardening Why spring onions, leeks and onions should be an indispensible addition to your garden

...and lots more information to help you put seeds and seedlings to bed so that they thrive and adjust to their new home and conditions quicker.

Organic Gardening is Not JUST About Nutrition

Learn All About High Yield Organic Growing As Well!

Rotating Crops Saves the Soil

Did you know that holistic or organic gardening practice is not JUST about vitamins and minerals? It is also about being economical with the soil and growing as many crops as you can in the smallest space possible.

Although it is likely that if you are living in a temperate climate that you will start planting and sowing in the Spring it is not the only time you will be planting. This is because it is possible to plant two or three crops every year.

This practice is known as crop rotation and not only does it keep your soils fallow so that they can regenerate themselves by not having the same nutrients sucked up from the soil by the same crops repeatedly but it can keep nutritious organic fruits and vegetables on your table all year long.

This is why I have included an entire chapter in The Easy Guide to Organic Gardening about crop rotation. I answer all of your questions about this age old practice including...

Organic Gardening Is my soil and climate suitable for growing two or even three crops a year? (You may be surprised at the answer!)

Organic Gardening What are "cold weather" plants, how are they categorized and how can I plant them?

Organic Gardening Can I start some plants while there is still frost on the ground?

Organic Gardening What is defined as a "winter vegetable" and during what months of the year can I actually grow these?

Organic Gardening How does crop rotation actually benefit the soil nutritionally?

Organic Gardening What tools do I need to get started with organic gardening?

Organic Gardening What are the different types of hoes and what is each one used for?

Organic Gardening Can weeds be an ethical component of growing an organic garden or should I just pull them all out like I usually do!

... and many more solutions to common problems regarding this reliable and quite ancient agricultural practice.

Is Your Fertilizer Organic... or Is It Just Another Toxin?

One of the biggest areas of debate for organic farmers is just what exactly makes an organic fertilizer "organic" in nature. This is because almost all forms of fertilizer actually contain nitrogen and all nitrogen compounds (organic or not) are capable of burning the soil.

That is why in The Easy Guide to Organic Gardening I have included an entire chapter about organic fertilizers including -

Organic Gardening A chapter on how to use organic materials that can rot to form humus that you then can use as an natural organic fertilizer for your garden

Organic Gardening A sub chapter on what things can be added to a compost heap to help it break down as quickly as possible

Organic Gardening How to make sure that your compost has a nice supply of air so that it does not become muddy

Organic Gardening How to add rich natural sources of carbon to your compost to make it as nutritious as possible for your garden

Organic Gardening What the best sources of natural non-toxic nitrogen are for your garden

Organic Gardening A breakdown of what plants decompose the fastest should you need "humus in a hurry!"

Organic Gardening How to deploy bird droppings into your humus to encourage nitrogen production

Organic Gardening The perfect way to break down wood so that natural material can rot

Organic Gardening A complete list of all of the things you might THINK belong in compost but should never, ever be part of it such as cat litter or cigarette butts!

Organic Gardening Why you should take care to move your compost heap from place to place every year

Organic Gardening Why bladderwrack and kelp (two types of seaweed) make great fertilizers

Organic Gardening The things to watch out for if you collect seaweed from the beach or you could accidentally contaminate your organic garden

Organic Gardening How to practice vermicomposting which is the fine ancient art of adding worms and worm droppings to your garden

Organic Gardening How to build a vermicomposting grill which allows worm droppings to enrich your soil

Organic Gardening How to make your own mineralized fertilizer out of broken down fish bits

Organic Gardening How to make compost tea out animal manure to fertilize your plants with

Organic Gardening How to safely use weeds to fertilize your soil without having them seed the area you are fertilizing

Organic Gardening The name of a special plant that has leaves that can specifically be used to help fertilize tomatoes

Organic Gardening The definite disadvantage of using decomposing hay for fertilizer

... and many other facts and practical tips!

Nitrogen and growth boosting substances aren't the only problem plaguing us today.

Get Rid Of Bugs Without Using Harmful Chemicals!

There are also many natural ways of controlling the pests that can plague organic gardeners simply because they are taking the time and trouble to avoid toxic gardening methods.

In The Easy Guide to Organic Gardening I give you all kinds of safe and ecologically aware information about -

Organic Gardening The common morning beverage that can help protect your plants against snails and slugs

Organic Gardening The pretty bug that you can buy en masse online that will eat aphids, mites and white flies

Organic Gardening How to put a certain kind of insect that loves munching on caterpillars to work for you

Organic Gardening The recipe made from canola oil that is good for cleaning the leaves of infested plant

Organic Gardening The role that milky spore can play in help killing insects in your garden

Organic Gardening How to use diatomaceous earth to get rid of problems in an affected garden

Organic Gardening How to treat fungal diseases with a spray made from baking in soda and water

... And lots more valuable information about how to keep your garden pest free and as natural as possible.

Are You Ready to Grow Your Own Organic Vegan Herbs,
Vegetables, Fruits and Herbs?

You can consider The Easy Guide to Organic Gardening to be the ultimate beginner's text. Furthermore I have made this eBook as user friendly to read as possible and have included pictures and links to other resources on the internet. If you can't find the information that you need in The Easy Guide to Organic Gardening you will certainly be able to find it in one of the resources that I point you to in the eBook.

I also wrote The Easy Guide to Organic Gardening with both the beginner and the more expert organic gardener in mind. If you are an expert you can use this eBook as an excellent reference that you can come back to again and again if you are a beginning gardener you can use it as a primer in how to get properly started in this age old way of growing plants.

Armed with the information in this book, you have everything you need to start your first organic garden and the sooner you do so, the sooner you will be able to start enjoying your own delicious and highly nutritious organic vegetables, fruits and herbs!

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