Organic Gardening Information

michael jhon

Helping You Grow Your Own Food Organic Gardening Information is a culmination of all my years of organic gardening. I’ve been growing vegetables and fruits for my family and the organic markets for over 20 years. And I’m learning more every day on my five acres here in Southern California. […]


Helping You Grow Your Own Food

Organic Gardening Information is a culmination of all my years
of organic gardening. I’ve been growing vegetables and fruits
for my family and the organic markets for over 20 years. And
I’m learning more every day on my five acres here in Southern
California. I’m taking these experience’s and my knowledge to
provide you with the latest, time-tested information on Organic
Gardening whether you’re an organic gardening newbie or an experienced
gardener.

Information you can use right away to grow your own vegetables
in a way that is safe for you, your family and the
environment. One thing I’ve learned is that there is no
“right way” to grow organically. Remember, always keep it
simple, because “simple” is easy to manage in the long run.
If you’re new to gardening, take baby steps and start small.

Where You Garden

Whether you live in an apartment, suburban home or somewhere
in between, I’ll share with you organic
gardening information on:

Late summer organic vegetable gardening
My late summer organic vegetable
garden.  Wild and productive!
The
art of biodiversity

Organic Gardening Resurgence

I believe that “vegetable
gardening”
is poised for a resurgence that will dwarf the
vegetable gardening trend of 30 years ago. This time around it won’t be
a trend…it will be more like a revolution and here’s why I believe this.

  • Current food production is showing vulnerabilities and
    limitations.
  • Mega corporations may not be able to feed us safely and
    nutritionally.
  • We are importing more vegetables, and this raises the
    chances that our food will be tainted by natural or man-made
    contaminates.
  • Organic food products are in ever increasing demand.
  • People will begin to raise some or most of their own
    vegetables and demand more vegetables and fruit from local markets
    rather than super stores.
  • People will soon realize that they can grow at least some
    of what they eat just like their grandparents and get control of the
    quality in the process.
  • Climate change is wrecking havoc on food supplies globally,
    creating unpredictable market shortage and market abundance. Growing
    more of your own organic food may be more reliable.
  • GMO’s are now common elements in most of our processed
    foods and even some of our fresh foods in our grocery stores.

permaculture food forest for organic pest control
Permaculture food
forest for organic pest control
next to my vegetable
garden

So starting today let me help you get into organic
gardening by
helping you gain the knowledge for success. On the
other hand, if you’re already an avid gardener, please use what I
share on organic gardening information to harvest as much organic
gardening information
as you need. In any case, my goal for this site is to share my
experience and knowledge so you can grow your own food.

…I began writing the content for this site at the
height of the real estate market (Dec, 2006), gas prices were tolerable
and no major food crises in the United States…. things have changed
and they are not going back…
“You’re not in Kansas anymore, Dorothy!”


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