The Organic Gardening Beginner’s Manual

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Getting started with your organic veggie gardening is a tad difficult – if you simply don’t know where to start. Below, you can find a book I highly recommend for newbie gardeners: The Organic Gardening Beginner’s Manual. This book will take you step-by-step through the whole process. This is a Best Selling book in Vegetable Gardening.

 

Beginner's Manual for Organic Gardening

 

Synopsis of The Organic Gardening Beginner’s Manual

Here’s the ultimate “Take-You-By-The-Hand” beginner’s gardening manual for creating and managing your own organic garden. Even if you know nothing about organic gardening…. so you can get back your health and energy and save a stack of money.

You’re going to learn that organic gardening can greatly improve your health and energy levels while really lowering your weekly food bills, and it only takes about half an hour per week. If you’re like me you probably hate the idea of eating foods (and providing them for your family) that may have been grown with chemicals.

I want to share with you not only the joy of producing fresh, delicious food for your family, but also the health advantages of spending time in the fresh air and sunshine, stress relief, and chemical free, vitamin filled, fresh, natural foods – what our bodies really crave for and need. Now you can access the information you want quickly and easily, to make planning and growing your vegetable garden a breeze!

Growing our own food makes us less reliant on commercially grown foods. Who knows how long produce might have been sitting around on a shelf, or in a cooler room? Do you wonder just what chemicals have been sprayed on that perfect-looking tomato, that really is quite tasteless?

Being able to walk out to your organic vegetable garden and pick your own food – now let’s see… how many food miles is that? – Oh, it’s none!

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You’ll instantly discover:

  • Your very best area to grow your vegetables
  • How to build up healthy, fertile soil without costing a fortune
  • How to feed your soil – the organic ways
  • How to create an easy, ‘no-dig’ veggie plot
  • Massive savings by learning how to grow from seeds
  • 9 Essential tips to successfully transplanting your seedlings
  • Tips for the most effective watering
  • Why mulching is a must in every organic garden
  • 5 easy ways to keep your garden weed free
  • How to slash your food bill in half
  • The 7 crucial ingredients to making great compost
  • What never to put into your compost
  • How to make your own organic liquid fertilizers, saving $$’s Natural ways to protect your plants from pests and disease
  • Top 10 easiest veggies to grow
  • Secrets to growing lush, healthy herbs
  • Why to include perennial vegetables
  • What you must do to grow your food if space is limited
  • How much to plant for your family’s needs

And that’s just a small glimpse of what’s included!

This gardening guide was created to give you simple, concise steps to easily create the right organic food garden for your family. I’ve gathered this information from both my own experience and from many different resources over the past 20 years. Happy Organic Gardening, Healthy Living…. Author ~Julie Turner

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A snap shot from the Manuals Introduction:

 

Inside The Organic Gardening Beginners Manual

 

Here are some reviews of The Organic Gardening Beginner’s Manual:

Ultimate Guide for Creating and Managing an Organic Garden

5 Stars – Reviewed by Syed S. Ahmed

For those of us who are concerned with the chemicals in the regular produce, going organic is the only option. Although organic produce is the healthier alternative, it can get very expensive. One of the best way to get around this is to create your own organic garden.

That is where this book comes in. It is extremely well laid out and covers all the basics that even the most inexperienced gardener can use to create and maintain an organic garden.

It covers topics such as finding the best area to grow the veggies, building healthy and fertile soil in a cost effective way, 9 tips to transplanting seeds, tips for watering the garden, how to make a compost, how to make fertilizer and much, much more..

The ebook has fully functional TOC and formatted perfectly for the kindle device thereby providing a pleasant reading experience.

 

Not Just For Beginning Gardners; I Finally Understand Compost & Soil

5 Stars – ReViewed by Kay

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As an “intermediate” gardener who has had a small urban organic food garden for 3 years, I ordered this book not sure if it would show me anything new or really useful since it says that it’s for beginners. We had a small yield last summer, and had slugs come calling, so I was hoping to find ways to address these issues. What I found is that it’s filled with clear, step by step very useful information for organic gardeners at any level.

I haven’t seen this good of a detailed, helpful description of how to create and use compost anywhere else, even though we are Mother Earth News subscribers, and read a lot online. I took a couple of the suggestions and added finished compost to my strawberry bed about 3 weeks ago, and the plants are loaded with berries – I just ate 3 juicy strawberries this morning (early for us here in MN). I also found the whole section on natural ways to reduce and get rid of pests really helpful.

It didn’t matter that this author lives in Australia; it was easy to translate the information to my zone here in Minneapolis, MN.

I appreciated that she addressed us urban gardeners with smaller spaces, even though she has room for a large garden. It hadn’t occurred to me to choose what to plant in my small space based on what would be the most expensive to buy. I realized that organic sweet bell peppers are very expensive, so we added additional pepper plants this year. I figure this tip alone paid for the book! I’ll be looking even more closely now at what we can add to the garden next year – I’m considering adding a small fruit tree, and more blueberry bushes and raspberries. Well worth it!

 

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  1. Kevin March 27, 2016

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