Permaculture is an ecological design system for sustainability in all aspects of our lives. It teaches us how build homes, grow our own food, restore damaged landscapes and ecosystems, catch rainwater, build sustainable communities and more. It is the view point and mindset of listening and seeing what is around you in your environment and… Read more »
Perennials are plants that simply live more than two years it’s a term used to differentiate the annuals which last just one year or short time-frame compared to the perennials the last two years or more. Perennials grow and bloom over the spring and summer then dive back in the autumn and winter and return… Read more »
Organic Vegetable Gardening: Organic refers to the way agricultural products and foods are grown and processed. Organic production is based on a system of farming and gardening that maintains and replenishes soil fertility without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and fertilizers. The “organic” food label identifies food grown with practices that: Don’t use… Read more »
Organic Pest Control: The eradication of pests that interrupt the growth, enjoyment or health of an environment by means of natural cures. There are many ways to get rid of pests, and prevent the destruction they cause. The difficult task can be to get rid of them without damaging your property or poisoning your family… Read more »
Organic fertilizer is a fertilizer that is produced naturally usually by animal byproducts, plants(green manure), and by rock powders(powdered limestone, rock phosphate, and Chilean saltpeter).
Organic farming methods combine scientific knowledge of ecology and modern technology with traditional farming practices based on naturally occurring biological processes. While conventional agriculture uses synthetic pesticides and water-soluble synthetically purified fertilizers, organic farmers are restricted by regulations to using natural pesticides and fertilizers. Organic farming Methods use the natural environment to enhance agricultural productivity:… Read more »