Organic vegetable gardening is not new, it is the way things were done for centuries. Learn the benefits of growing organic food and you'll never want to eat anything else.
The biggest issue, in my opinion, if the safety of the foods we eat. If you don't mind chemicals in your food, then by all means buy conventionally grown produce or spray away in your garden. But consider this, chemical applications affect our water supplies, the food we eat, have been shown to affect fertility and cause cancer. They also harm the wildlife and result in soil stripping, which makes the soil unsuitable for growing crops.
The farther your food travels to get to your table, the more food value it loses. Fresh produces begins to lose nutrients as soon as it is harvested. Growing your own fruits and vegetables means you get all of the nutrients nature has provided because you can eat fresh from the garden.
Growing organic, chemical-free food gives your garden soil the opportunity to heal and grow. You also are reducing your personal impact when you are not buying foods that have traveled thousands of miles to reach your table.
Anyone who has ever eaten a tomato fresh from the vine will tell you they are the best. Nothing from the supermarket can compare - not even the over-priced, organic produce.
Organic, chemical-free gardening is all about giving nature a hand, but mostly letting it do its thing. You don't have to buy expensive fertilizers, pesticides or weed killers. Do things the old fashioned way, plan a garden you can maintain and reap the savings of growing your own food. Learn how to preserve foods and you can enjoy those savings all year long.
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