One of the basic tenants of organic gardening is to "Feed the soil and the soil will feed the plants".  It's really common sense.  Plants
get water, air and nutrients from the soil.
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Review benefits matrix
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Fill with certified organic soil mix
Install animal and bird deterrents
Install irrigation system
Plant starters and sow seeds
Recommend maintenance plan
(watering, supplementing soil, etc.)
Suggest replenishment plan
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Organic gardening means not using synthetic products, including chemical
pesticides and fertilizers.  Ideally, organic gardening replenishes the resources
as it makes use of them.  Like feeding depleted soil with composted plants, or
planting legumes to add nitrogen to an area that supported a 'heavy' feeder.

The bigger picture involves working in cooperation with nature, viewing your
garden as a small part of you helping our evironment (i.e., our eco-system).
What is Organic Gardening?
What is so important about the soil?
Benefits of lettuce:
Contains no saturated fat or cholesterol.
Contains high levels of antioxidants for fighting cancer.
Good source of vitamin B9 which is known for reducing the risk of neural tube defects in newborns.
Good source of vitamin A, C and K.
Iceberg lettuce is the least nutritious type.
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Source: http://gardening.about.com/od/gardenprimer/f/OrganicGarden.htm
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pH
The pH level of your soil determines how well your lawn or plants use nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and potash
(potassium).  Some varieties prefer acidic soil (low pH) while other need alkaline soil (high pH).

Nitrogen (N)
Necessary for lush green lawns, nitrogen is important for leaf and plant development in both flowers and vegetables.  Too much,
however, can lead to leafy plants with few flowers and fruits.

Phosphorus (P)
Important for young plants and seedlings, phosphorus aids in root development.

Potassium (K)
Potassium increases vegetable and flower production.  Also known as potash.
Why it's so important to feed and test the soil...
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Green Gold Gardens' objective is to provide safe, accurate, complete, and timely information on organic gardening with benefits
for our mind, body, and soul.

The contents of this Web site are not intended to offer personal medical advice.  You should seek the advice of your physician or
other qualified health professional with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.  Never disregard professional
medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this Web site. The information does not mention
brand names, nor does it endorse any particular products, other than our own.
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