Resources for Organic Gardening

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The Organic Gardener
The Organic Gardener is a site the includes a plethora of information on topics of importance to organic gardeners, such as organic fruit growing, rootstocks, organic gardening, using mulch, crop rotation, organic fertilizer, weed control, garden pests, sustainable gardening, tea organic fertilizers, and more. Site includes gardening articles about hedge trimmers, other power tools, tool shed, garden cleaning, soil testing, lawn guides, a garden flower guide, gardening maps, insects, lawn mowers and garden tractors, and more. The site also has an organic garden blog, a gardening book list, and gift ideas for earth friendly people.

Organic Product Reviews
This is the homepage of the Organic Materials Review Institute, which gives certifiers, growers, manufacturers and suppliers an independent review of products intended for use in certified organic production, handling, and processing. The site covers job opportunities in the organic industry, and also features an organic seed list, as well as a directory of organic foods. Based in Oregon, the site is also available in Spanish. If you’re interested in learning how to make sure your organic goods comply with regulations and standards, this is a great organic food research tool.

An Outdoor Fountain is a Great Addition to Your Garden
The last time you were looking at ceramic planters at a retailer, did you think that this type of container could be used to make a decorative outdoor fountain? Explore this site to get step-by-step instructions to take the ceramic container, some copper piping, a pump, and a pond liner. Get the information you need to create your own outdoor work of art in words and pictures and you will have your friends and neighbors wondering where you bought the lovely garden fountain!

How to Start an Organic Garden in 9 Easy Steps
This article in Good Housekeeping aims to show you how to roll up your sleeves and grow your own delicious, healthful organic food in nine steps. They include: preparing the soil, making good compost, choosing the right plants, planting crops in wide beds, proper watering, weeding, protecting plants without toxic pesticides, harvesting, and cleanup. With the soil, it's important to test it, and to make sure it has plenty of humus, the organic matter. Composting is helpful and free, and this article tells you how to create and maintain a compost pile at least three-feet square. It really pays off to select plants that threive in your specific micro-conditions; a good source is the USDA's Hardiness Zones as well as your local farmers' market.

You Grow Girl
If you are a gardener, plant lover, explorer, cook, eater, etc. etc., then this is the place for you. The site was launched by Gayla Trail in 2000 to speak to a new kind of gardener, seeking to redefine the modern world relationship to plants. Obtain valuable information on topics ranging from garden ponds, organics, flowers, vegetables and more. Log on and check out this really useful site. The site is constantly being refreshed with new information. This site features a garden and seed swap, chats, and clubs you can join to get even more information. There is also an email forum that allows people to exchange ideas, information and photos. The perfect place to get your garden questions answered or to just have a garden discussion! Don't waste anytime, come check out this site.

Organic Gardening Project
Journey to Forever is a pioneering expedition by a small, mobile NGO (Non-Government Organization) involved in environment and rural development work, starting from Hong Kong and traveling 40,000 kilometers through 26 countries in Asia and Africa to Cape Town, South Africa. Includes information about building a square foot garden, links to organic garden supplies, greenhouse kits, organic gardening, plant spaces guide, sowing times and dates, companion planning, gardening and herbs. Square foot gardening, water gardens and how to grow food anywhere are also noted.

Make Your Own Leaf Mold the Organic Gardening Way
Discover the three basic ingredients you need to make your own leaf mold and how this natural soil conditioner can be used in your own organic garden. Consider using this organic product in place of peat or mulch, and find out why it's a great choice if you are gardening in a dry area. Other suggestions, including making a special tea from the leaf mold to make an organic plant food.

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