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 +Some of the best-tasting food you'll ever eat can be grown in your own back yard. Think of the variety! A ripe, juicy watermelon or a fresh, crisp carrot, can add to your meal. Not to mention the money you can save growing your own, verses the grocery store. In addition, you can grow you produce naturally, without enhancers. Following are some tips to help you become an organic gardener:
  
 +%LINK1% is one of those things where the total influence it has primarily rests on other considerations. So then what you simply should do is gather as many details as possible and think about them. Therefore you do have to be cautious about what you choose and dismiss. It is only after looking at all that is on the table will you be in a strong position to make your move. You need to know what you are working with, so the following are some areas within this subject you should use the time to consider.
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 +Use the handles of your tools as a handy ruler when doing your outdoor chores. Handles of things such as rakes, hoes or shovels make excellent measuring instruments. Lay your handles on the floor, and put measuring tape right next to them. Mark your distances with a permanent marker. This will allow you to have a ruler at your fingertips when you are working out in the garden.
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 +Collecting and preserving autumn leaves is a fun horticulture project, especially for the kids. Generations of kids have used the "wax paper method"​ to preserve fall leaves at peak color - with a little help from Mom. Just select colorful thin leaves that don't have a high water content and place them between two sheets of wax paper. Place a cloth - like an old tea towel - on top of the waxed paper "​sandwich"​ and have Mom slowly run a hot iron (no steam) across the cloth. Peek underneath to see if the wax paper is melting and bear down hard to get a good seal. The wax paper may seem cloudy while it is warm, but it should dry clear as it cools. Enjoy your pretty display of colorful leaves!
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 +If you have a vegetable garden, it is crucial they are kept in a spot with at least six hours of sun each day. Many types of veggies require this amount in order to thrive and produce the food source that you are hoping for. This is true of some flowers.
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 +For basic vegetable or flower gardening it is often not necessary to buy the most expensive horticulture tools and accessories. Visiting discount stores will often allow you to find basic tools at a low price. You should also be on the lookout each spring for most local supermarkets to set up an aisle or display with gardening tools you can get for a good price,too.
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 +To help your tomato plants grow strong stems, blow a fan on them for 15 minutes a day. Exposure to wind is essential to a stem's development,​ and giving the plant some extra time to blow in the breeze will only make it stronger. Try using a small, portable fan on a low or medium setting.
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 +Broad-spectrum pesticide is not a good garden choice. Broad-spectrum pesticides not only kill pests, but also "​good"​ bugs like ground beetles that eat pests. Good bugs are often more sensitive to pesticides than their bad counterparts,​ so if the population of good bugs goes down, the pest problem can grow. This might result in you having to use even more pesticides to get rid of the pests.
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 +Choose certain plants for shady areas. All plants need light to survive, but not all of them require bright sunshine. Woodland natives, for example, are happiest when given a little protection from the sun's rays. Be generous when enriching the soil if the plants are under a canopy of trees, as they are competing for the food supply with the big guys! Ajuga, anemone, foxglove, cyclamen, hosta, viola and allium all enjoy a shady area.
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 +Clean up your garden at the end of the growing season. If you clean up your garden when the growing season is over, it will improve the appearance and make less work for you the following year. Remove dead or damaged branches on trees and shrubs, get rid of weeds before they go to seed, and rake any leaves from the lawn. Remove old annual plants and cut perennials to the ground if they normally die back in the winter. Any plant material that isn't diseased can be put in the compost pile.
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 +An English garden mixes plants of various kinds and sizes close together, which helps to give it a more multi-dimensional feel. Using plants of all the same kind or size, can result in a boring, and unoriginal garden.
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 +Be sure that you have earthworms in your soil. Earthworms are vital to good organic horticulture,​ because they aerate the soil. Also, the by-products of earthworm digestion are actually great plant food. Earthworms encourage soil bacteria that provide needed nutrients to your plants while competing with harmful insect pests, reducing the need for chemical pesticides and fertilizers.
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 +Follow the above suggestions to help you with your organic garden. Think of the benefits you get by horticulture the natural way. Maybe the nutrition is your primary concern, or perhaps you are looking for a way to cut cost. Whatever the reason, enjoy taking a bit out of that ripe, juicy watermelon or a fresh, crisp carrot!
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