Organic Growing and Gardening

Organic Growing and Gardening

Organic Growing and Gardening

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Originally, organic gardening was understood as good old natural gardening where you put the plants in the ground and let “mother nature” take over, while you sat back and watched your garden grown. Today, organic gardening has become known by many titles including chemical-free gardening, earth-friendly gardening, and organic, but the reality of it is that although we use the term “chemical free” to mean “Organic”, but that only applies if you use no fertilizers or pesticides when creating and growing your garden.

So, basically, organic gardening requires it to be done naturally without the use of fertilizers and pesticides, which means that before you start your organic garden, you need to understand a few of the essential elements that will affect your garden's growth.

Essentially, organic gardening consists of understanding the following three principles:

1. The Soil – Gardens require fertile soil to grow good crops; therefore the richer you can make it, the better your organic garden will be.

2. Simplicity – One of the hardest things for most gardeners to do is let nature do its thing, but when organic gardening simple practices without chemical intervention work best.

3. Preventative Methods and Measures – Understanding the pros and cons of the pests that inhabit our gardens and how to rid them naturally and prevent them from arriving initially is a big part of organic farming and gardening.

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Course Intro Video


  1. With rich nutrient soil our gardens will produce bumper crops, so understanding how to maintain the soil and keep it so it is growing becomes a major consideration before you even plot your garden’s layout.
  2. Lesson 2: Layout for a Productive Garden

    When planning your organic garden there are many things you can do to produce the most yield. Many of these things are simple, although they do require some advance planning and generally, a little forethought when it comes to managing how the plants will work best depending on a direction of the sun, etc.
  3. Lesson 3: Benefits of Organic Gardening

    Not many people are aware that the benefits of organic gardening can improve their health, lifestyle and the environment.
  4. Lesson 4: Square Foot Gardening

    Square foot gardening is a new gardening method. Using this method can be highly effective when planting vegetables and herbs.
  5. Lesson 5: Synergestic Planting

    Synergistic planting is an organic gardening system established by Emelia Hazelip. The entire system evolves where plants naturally fertilize the soil without intervention.
  6. Lesson 6: Companion Planting

    The companion planting technique is based on using certain plants to benefit other plants by planting them next to each other.
  7. Lesson 7: Vegan Gardening

    Vegan gardening is not just vegetables. Products that are used in the garden exempt animal products.
  8. Lesson 8: Wildlife Gardening

    To take organic gardening to the next level why not try wildlife gardening. Similar to synergistic planting the only extra is to create an environment to lure wildlife for example birds, squirrels etcetera. The aim is to create a small nature reserve in your garden by using plants wisely.
  9. Lesson 9: Organic Gardening Maintenance

    Maintaining an organic garden is essential. The effort and the time you put in to establish a healthy ecological garden require care and attention.
  10. Lesson 10: Pollination and Gardening

    Creating an organic garden requires all aspects of the ecosystem. Pollination plays an imperative role to support the growth of plants and attract wildlife, birds, bees, and insects. To use pollination effectively you need to use plants that are colorful.
  11. Lesson 11: Beneficial insects

    As all gardens, there is always an infestation of some type of pest. A great way to control the pests is to look at the food chain and find the posts predators (beneficial insects).
  12. Lesson 12: Pest Control Naturally

    Pest control naturally forms the basis of organic gardens.
  13. Lesson 13: Integrated Pest Management

    Integrated pest management (IPM) optimizes the usage of natural pest control options. IPM is designed to support healthy plant growth with the minimal disruption to the ecosystem.
  14. Lesson 14: Organic Pest Control Recipes

    Organic pest control recipes are easy to find and easy to mix. Most of the organic material you have in your own kitchen.
  15. Lesson 15: Composting and Natural Fertilizer

    Composting and natural fertilizer are the backbone of organic gardening. It is not difficult to make your own compost.
  16. Lesson 16: Managing Weeds

    Managing weeds in a way that does not harm the soil, insects, plants etcetera requires knowledge, skill and perseverance.
  17. Lesson 17: Seed Swapping

    Seed swapping is the latest gardening craze. Many gardeners end up with extra seeds after every season. Events are arranged where gardeners come together and swap seeds.
  18. Lesson 18: Sustainability and your Organic Garden

    The recent chapters explained the different types of organic gardens and it also gave information regarding how to control pests, manage weeds, mix your own fertilizer and organic pest control sprays. It is up to you to use the information and make it work.

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