Links for Organic Gardening and Related Websites
Links are a great way to find additional information on related topics.
This web-site is one of my all time favorites and I am sure that you are going to enjoy it as well! There is a lot of material here so be sure to bookmark it for later as well.
One of the most critical building blocks that make up fertile soil are called Humates (also called Humus.) It is comprised of both Humic and Fulvic Acids. Once this naturally occurring strata in soil is removed, it must be replaced before natural balances can be obtained. Want to know more as to why Humus is perhaps the most critical factor in determining soil fertility? This is an awesome site that will give you the nuts and bolts of how humates work in the soil unlike any other resource available.
Everything is coming up Roses!
I just love roses! Nothing else can compare to their remarkable fragrance and beauty. There is something special about being out in my garden with the roses, if I had only one word I would have to call it "tranquility" Indulge yourself in roses at
Rose Gardening Made Easy
The Dirt Doctor
For excellent gardening tips from the organic prospective I invite you to visit Howard Garret (AKA 'the Dirt Doctor'.) I first heard Howard on the radio when I was traveling to the Dallas area at least twice a week. Now I can listen to him right here on my laptop! Check out
Discovered in Utah, Azomite is primarily comprised of a volcanic rock that contains aluminum silicate clay and a multitude of trace essential minerals. It is used as a natural mineral supplement in poultry and is absolutely safe to use to amend depleted soils. Find out more about the story of Azomite here.
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Avant-Gardening: Creative Organic Gardening
This is one of my favorite organic gardening websites and I am proud to be a link partner with them, I know you will enjoy it as well.
YOU CAN GROW! Information about Sustainable OrganicGardening and Personal Growth, Soil Building, Composting, Biodiversity and Genetic Engineering, Seed Starting Guide, Companion and Intensive Planting, Organic Pest Control, Garden Design, Permaculture, Xeriscape, Workshops, Newsletter Archives, Virtual Photo Tours, Resources and more!
Let's garden, useful tips on growing plants, keeping up gardens, vegetable gardens,orchards and ponds, as well as a works calendar and many services.
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