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Organic Gardening for Beginners
     

Organic Gardening for Beginners

by Martha Elliot
 
Interested in organic gardening? Droves of people are turning to organic produce as a way to feel safer about the foods they eat. People are worried about the foods they put into their bodies. With all of the reports of food poisoning from fruits and vegetables, many people are worried about what they’re eating.

We now know just how dangerous all

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Interested in organic gardening? Droves of people are turning to organic produce as a way to feel safer about the foods they eat. People are worried about the foods they put into their bodies. With all of the reports of food poisoning from fruits and vegetables, many people are worried about what they’re eating.

We now know just how dangerous all of those chemicals that we spray plants on can be, too. Many chemicals have been banned because they were shown to cause cancer! But some of these dangerous chemicals have not yet been banned, and there may be plenty of hidden dangers that haven’t yet been discovered.

When you garden organically, you can feel safer about the food you eat. You’ll know that the food you’re feeding your family is safer and healthier than the questionable stuff you find in the grocery store. You and your family deserve to eat food that won’t give you all cancer!

Here's what this short book covers:

Benefits of Organic Gardening
Types of Organic Fertilizers and Compost
Making Organic Compost
Controlling Weeds in an Organic Garden
Dealing with Pests in an Organic Garden

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012278005
Publisher:
Ebook Ventures
Publication date:
03/17/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
10 KB

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