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Apr 07,2022

Benefits of organic vegetable gardening

Organic vegetable gardening is very different from gardening as we’ve come to know it today, and it has a bit of a learning curve. It means tossing outBaby hands are planting the seedlings into the soil Caring for a your synthetic fertilizers and pesticides and adopting some more natural methods. Why, though, should you bother taking the step into organic gardening? There are many reasons! Here are a few to get you thinking.

It’s better for the Earth. Whether you’re a nature lover or not, you have to acknowledge the terrible effects synthetic chemicals have on the Earth. There are dead zones in the ocean — areas that are completely devoid of life — that were directly caused by chemicals leaching into the soil and entering streams and waterways.

It’s better for the bees. Did you know that 90% of the food we eat can be linked back to bees? Pollinators play a huge part in growing the world’s supply of food. Unfortunately, the chemicals used in commercial gardening and farming are harmful to bees and other pollinators. Think twice the next time you spray a general insecticide on your plants.

You know what’s going into your food. Although much of today’s farming is done using fertilizers and pesticides, they simply haven’t been around long enough to be properly studied. We have no idea what the long-term health effects of their consumption are. When you plant your own organic garden, you can sleep easy knowing that you’re not consuming a bunch of potentially harmful chemicals.

Your food will be more nutritious. Food that’s been grown in your home garden likely has a higher nutrient content. Farmed food is typically grown in depleted soil that’s lacking micronutrients and macronutrients (like humic and fulvic acid) that are essential for your health. Additionally, many of those vegetables had to be trucked across multiple states to get to your grocery store, so what little nutritional content was there has had time to deplete.

You’ll spend more time in nature. Inevitably, organic gardening gets you outside more. You’ll spend more time amending the soil, weeding and picking pests off by hand. That may not sound like much fun at first, but it’s actually great for your mental health. Soak up that vitamin D (which most Americans are deficient in) and enjoy moving your body as you garden the way nature intended.

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