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ORGANIC GARDENING Created by: Brigitte Zettl For: Crown Valley Organics
What is Organic? No Synthetic Chemicals No Genetically Modified Organisms Certified by the USDA
Health Reasons Higher Nutritional Value Organophosphates & Cancer Hormone Balance Intelligence & I.Q. Long Term Effects?
Environmental Reasons Water Supply Nitrification Broad Spectrum Killers Super Pests Genetic Corruption
Social & Ethical Reasons AgriCULTURE Machines take the place of people Ownership of Organisms?
The 4 P’s Planning Preparation Planting Pest Management
Planning Placement Family Needs Assessment Records Timing And…
Crop Rotation Root = Potassium Fruit = Phosphorus Leaf = Nitrogen Legume = N Fixing
Macronutritents Nitrogen – Fish Emulsion, Manure Phosphorus – Bone Meal Potassium – Ash, Seaweed Calcium – Lime, increases pH Magnesium – Epsom Salts Sulfur – decreases pH
Preparation Ordering (Tools, Water Source, Fertilizer) Double Digging Composting Research Starting Seeds
Planting Start with a Healthy Plant! Space Correctly Break up the root ball Plant at the correct depth
Recommended Reading Rodale’s Organic Gardening The Sustainable Vegetable Gardener by Jeavons Burpee’s Organic Vegetable & Herb Gardening Permaculture: A Designers Manual by Mollison What’s Wrong With My Plant & How Do I Fix It?
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Plant Nutrition Vs Plant Fertilization
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