5 Organic Gardening Tricks Every Gardener Should Know

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More and more gardeners are leaving pesticides behind and are turning to organic gardening, which is awesome. Not only your food will taste better, but it will be much healthier. Growing your own organic fruits and vegetables is so satisfying.

Here are some tricks to help you achieve the best garden.

1. Coffee Grinds

Organic, used coffee grounds make excellent compost and enrich your soil.

2. DIY Olla

Make your own DIY Olla by using an empty milk jug or juice container. Just poke holes in it and leave the top exposed above the ground for filling.

3. Make a Seed Binder

Keep your seeds in one place by making your own seed binder out of a photo album.

4. Chemical-Free Weed Preventer

 Lay down the flattened boxes as cardboard sheets, then lay your mulch on top. Easy!

5. Bio-Intensive Planting

Combine the right plants and put them in your garden tightly together and  prevent the growth of weeds.

If you want to find more Gardening How-To’s, take a look at the Shoestring Gardener Book!

With 300+ pages, you will be able to replace all of the toxic products in your garden with hundreds of eco-friendly, creatively frugal gardening tutorials, remedies & tips.

You will be confident in knowing exactly what is in the products your family uses and happy with the money you will save every month.

In addition, they offer you Frugal-minded Pricing Just for YOU!

GET THE SHOESTRING GARDENER BOOK NOW!

Included in this life changing book are:

  • Grow Robust Organic Vitamin Rich Vegetables for a Healthier Diet
  • Dramatically Increase the Quality & Fertility of Your Garden Soil
  • Save Lots of Money on Garden Tools & Gadgets
  • DIY Garden Projects – Creative and Inventive Ideas
  • Cost Saving Methods and Techniques

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