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Organic Gardening 101: A Step by Step Beginner’s Guide to Gardening and Growing Your Own Healthy Organic Produce

Pinned on July 8, 2013 at 9:47 pm by Jack Mitchell

Organic Gardening 101: A Step by Step Beginner’s Guide to Gardening and Growing Your Own Healthy Organic Produce

Organic gardening is becoming more and more prevalent and a lot of people are growing their own produce in order to eat healthy and be self-sufficient. If you’re seriously thinking of picking up gardening as a hobby, and organic gardening in particular, then this e-book is for you. You’ll be gardening efficiently while at the same time helping preserve the environment and becoming self-reliant.

If you are new to gardening and have never done it before, then this book will take you by the hand and show you how it’s done while saving you money in the process.

Have you ever seen perfect looking fruits, almost to the extent that they seem to have undergone cosmetic surgery? But when you eat them, they are just tasteless. Do you know that extensive chemicals are used to make them look that way, which are of course harmful for us.

If the idea of eating chemically treated foods repels you, just like it does to me, then you have no need to worry. I have made available all the information that you will need to get started with organic gardening in a simple and easy to read manner. I want to share with you not just the joys of growing and eating homegrown food but also going out in the sunshine and enjoying gardening.

In Organic Gardening 101: A Step by Step Beginner’s Guide to Gardening and Growing Your Own Healthy Organic Produce, I will show you:

…and much more

So, what are you waiting for? Head back up to the top of this page and hit the “BUY” button so you can be on your way to a healthier way of living, growing your own healthy organic produce.


POIA says:

The author needs English 101! First and foremost, if you are distracted or annoyed by any of the following:- horrible sentence structure- use of non-words- lack of proper punctuation- misspelled words- omitted words- contradictionsetc., etc., etc.; don’t raise your blood pressure by reading this one.Honestly, is proofing and editing a book unheard of these days?This book uses common knowledge as a way to add pages, and the author goes into very little detail concerning the actual organic gardening process. She gives confusing information such as (paraphrasing here for brevity) her suggestion to spread a “couple of inches of compost” over vacant beds and then states, in the same sentence, “preferably 1/2 inches”. Sooo, which is it, a couple (which is usually equated to “two”) or 1/2, which is a specific amount? Additionally, the book is about organic gardening yet she states that you will occasionally have to resort to using non-organic chemical pesticides. This would immediately make your garden non-organic. Perhaps it is this use of chemical pesticides which causes her soil to be “depraved”…or perhaps that can be attributed to rushing her product to market without the benefit of proofreading or editing (other than possibly using spellcheck).This one is simply too poorly written and contains too little usable information to be considered worth your while. Two stars at best.

Jason says:

Very good book for beginners. I had always wanted to start my own garden and grow my own vegetables. After having gone through a ton of books or gardening and organic gardening in particular, I was still not satisfied with the information they provided and was looking for the one stop definitive guide that would allow beginners like me to start off with organic gardening.That’s when a friend of mine suggested I pick up Barbara Marshall’s Organic Gardening 101 and boy I was glad I did! She explains in simple, precise and a clear way how to go about gardening. The book explains everyting is detail from gardening terminology, transplanting, companion gardening to how to choose what to grow, how to manage weeds and pests, how to prepare the soil and much more.

Jason Paul says:

Must have for anyone trying to start gardening Organic Gardening 101 by Barbara Marshall is a very straightforward and practical book about starting off with organic gardening. It is not filled with fluff material like some other books and is straight to the point telling you how to go about growing your own fresh produce in the most efficient and economical way possible.This book is geared towards newbies who want to explore organic gardening and gardening in general and contains very useful and handy tips to manage a grow your very own garden. I would highly recommend this to people wanting to start off with gardening.

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