Growing Organic Vegitables
By John D Frost
Have you noticed lately that the price of food is going up. The price of produce on the store shelves has gotten unreal. A single watermelon is over five dollars in some places. You also cannot know for certain just how fresh the produce is, and how long it has sat in a warehouse or refrigerated truck. You do not know what kind of chemicals that the produce was sprayed with, or who has handled it.
A lot of people are taking the initiative to grow their own organic produce in their back yards. It can be done if you stop and think before you start. You cannot just buy a pack of seeds, dig a few holes, drop in some seeds, and expect fresh vegetables to come flying out of the ground like magic. You must learn how and when to plant, where to plant, which seasons will allow the crops to bear fruit, and what types of plants will grow in your area. Also you must learn what types of predators your plants will face in the area you plan to make your organic vegetable garden.
If you go into this without thinking, you will end up with wilted plants that produce no fruit, or worse, no living plants at all. And if you think this through, research, plan ahead, you will have a good chance of having a beautiful garden that produces fresh, great tasting organic vegetables that you will be proud to put on your family dinner table each and every meal.
I am John, just a regular guy who knows a bit about growing your own vegetables. I have a squidoo lens on the subject at
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