Garden For Nutrition
Guidance for organic gardening and sustainable agriculture in cool temperate regions with the purpose of maximizing nutrition and self-sufficiency.Allow ActiveX Controls to change your background color:
Nutrition Overview Organic Garden Soil - How to Build Up Nutrients Beneficial Bacteria in Garden Soil Beneficial Fungus in Garden Soil Bin Composting vs Direct Composting Self Sufficiency Garden Crops Self Sufficiency Fruits, Nuts, and Legumes Self Sufficiency Animals Self Sufficiency Garden Crop Rotation Organic Insect Control Organic Weed Control Pasture Management Pasture Forages Organic Health Food Recipes Organic Seed Catalogs, Books, and References Remaining Crops Remaining Animals Remaining Fruit and Nuts Self Sufficient Energy Production Infectious Disease Prevention Links to Garden For Nutrition Friends Google+ Pictorial Overview The crops recommended here are highly disease resistant, easy to grow in temperate regions, and make significant contributions to health. These are the keys to keeping costs low and reliability high. By: Wayne Greene Credentials: B.S. in Holistic Nutrition, Clayton College Certified in Commercial Organic Vegetable Growing, Australian C.S. Certified in Temperate Fruit Growing, Australian C.S. Certified in Medicinal Herbs, Australian C.S. Certified in Organic Plant Culture, Australian C.S. U.S. Army - Preventive Medicine, Infection Control Technician Email comments to mail to: info@GardenForNutrition.org Companion site - Celtic Button Box Copyright GardenForNutrition.org 2002, 2014. Text may be copied as long as credit is given to GardenForNutrition.org.