A great tip for running your own organic garden is to make every single minute count. When you have time, do some chores so they don’t pile up, such as picking a few weeds or deadheading some flowers. This is a tip for many different areas of your life, but it also applies to your garden.

A great tip to help your plants remain healthy and fight diseases is by using aspirin water. One and half tablets of aspirin inside a couple gallons of water are a wonderful help to the plants you have. It is simple to spray the plans with this particular concoction to assist them to fight of disease. You should spray your plants about once every three weeks.

When choosing the variety of onion you want to grow, there is one thing that needs to be considered. Onions have what is called day length requirements. Some need 13 to 16 hours of daylight and others only need 12 hours. Choose a variety that is best suitable for your area.

I am keenly aware of the importance of timing so i will not release sales information earlier than you specify, but I may be forced, by sheer volume of requests, to release it later.

Still, despite the sunburn I was excited. I bought a couple tomato plants and a variegated sage, at a cost of about . Yes, our Organic Gardening experience was up over a 0 in base costs now, but it would be fine once the produce came pouring in, right?

More community gardens are needed in areas such as midtown and downtown Sacramento and Arden Arcade where you have many seniors living on tiny social security incomes that must cover food, shelter, and clothing, and also families in need of finding affordable organic produce for the sake of health.

Red wigglers are mostly top feeders. That is to say, you can just put your leafy scraps right on top of their dirt and they will be right there to feed. There is no need to work it in or anything like that. You can even toss slices of old bread on top and they will eat it from underneath. Remember, worms are an organic gardeners friend. In fact, put a bunch of them in each of your garden beds. They will continuously aerate your soil and keep it loose while at the same time they will be creating their famous worm poo and automatically fertilize your soil.

Greens: Bok choy, Pac Choy, Napa Cabbage, Head Lettuce, Radichio, Spinach, Collard Greens, and Chard all do well here in the fall and mostly through the winter.