Friday, April 17, 2009

Going Organic

Spring season means blooming flowers and a greener lawn. We just started spreading some grass seeds on our front yard and making some flower beds too. Watering twice a day helps the grass and flowers grow in a healthy condition. There are spaces of our lawn that looks like "bald" since the grass did not thrive. Organic fertilizer is the best considered option to help improve and retain the soil moisture. It is very healthy and produce positive environmental benefits. This would mean money-savings and increased vitamins and minerals of the soil content. Let us use organic fertilizer because it is free from artificial additives.

Next week, we will start our vegetable garden and we choose to refrain from using inorganic fertilizers. Since this is all about food, using organic fertilizer will be a better preference because the ingredients of the produce vegetable is not genetically modified. There are weeds that are growing out of control and that typically normal in my backyard. But, I don't used pesticides, herbicides or insecticides and other things specially if the content is inorganic. I prefer to eat healthy food that grows according to its natural span and not because it is chemically aided. Going organic would mean healthy living. For more information about organic fertilizer, visit

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