Organic gardening can simply be described as the process of growing and producing fruits and vegetables naturally – only the things provided by nature. Gardening is known to add extra quality and quantity to one's life thanks to the benefits that come along with the process. Of particular importance to note, tending to a garden makes one forget the things that might be bothering them.
First and foremost, what better way to feel good knowing that your garden acts are helping secure the future of the next generations? This is because organic gardening is less harmful to the environment. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, 38 states have had reported cases of contaminated ground water. A further finding from the Soil Conservation indicates that 30-32 billion tonnes of soil erodes from American farmlands each year, which is attributed to commercial farming. Thus, organic farming has residual impact on ground water … Read More