Let me take a wild guess, you’ve slaved for hours already over your dream of producing tasty, healthy organic food – but you you just haven’t had the right results;
If you answered YES to any of the above, I feel your pain! You see, I used to be exactly where you are. That’s why I put up this site: to help folks like yourself get the job done cheaply, fast and without headaches, every time, using my never-before published organic gardening tips!
When I started my first organic garden, almost 10 years ago, I thought I had it all figured out. 6 exhausting months later, the results were poor – I thought I had it all figured out, only to find that I’ve got it all WRONG. So I decided to find a better way.
For the past 6 years, I’ve spent thousands of hours sweating, testing and researching organic gardening techniques. In most cases I had to start from scratch, because most tips on the market left me with questions – not answers! No wonder gardening seemed so hard!
This e-book will teach you how to create and maintain your own fully functioning, self supporting, carbon neutral, organic garden that produces great results every time – GUARANTEED!
Save yourself hundreds, if not THOUSANDS, of dollars by becoming a healthy gardener, saving money by cutting out fertilizer and pesticides – and your entire grocery bill!
How to Master Organic Gardening is an easy to follow guide to quickly get you gardening without chemicals – even if you have never touched a plant in your life!
Hobbyists and professionals alike have benefited
greatly from my organic gardening tips. Just take a look at some of these
reviews, which continue to flow into my e-mail box…
“When I downloaded my copy of How to Master Organic Gardening, I wondered whether this would be another fluffy e-book written by someone who had no particular skill in writing or in gardening. It didnât take long to see that this author team not only knows what theyâre talking about, they provide thorough information and a variety of important resources. They also write clearly and explain everything thoroughly without talking down to the reader….
“Perhaps youâre an experienced gardener who is just now getting into organic methods. Youâll learn a lot from this book. Or maybe youâre a total beginner, essentially clueless about the meaning of such terms as compost, soil compaction, and brown rot. This book is also for you. If youâre already an expert organic gardener, you donât need this book. But think about the people you know who could use a primer; this book is for them.”
“Bravo! I cannot tell you how refreshing it was to read an organic gardening book that was so simple, straightforward, and easy to follow. The whole book is logically laid out, each chapter builds well upon the next, leading a gardener at any level of experience to use this book as an effective reference tool. This How-To book should be kept handy near the potting bench!”
“This is such an excellent, inspiring and informative book – I genuinely, thoroughly enjoyed reading it. (My father spent hours in the garden and now I understand his fascination.) It is well presented and in a friendly way with lots of great, clear and useful diagrams. Then there are also many pictures showing clearly what is being talked about.
Everybody used to garden the natural, healthy way until the early to mid 20th century, with the rise of industrial farming and the mentality of “man’s triumph over nature.” We all now know how wrong and damaging this view is. Organic gardening is all about working with nature and realizing that the cycle of life can not be replished with the application of synthetic “weed and feed.” Like most things in life, “quick fix” solutions do not solve any problems in the long run – they make it worse. If you have applied chemicals to your lawn year after year, this is likely why you have to use more and more to achieve the same results. Your soil is near death, and can no longer support the grass above it.
You likely know that garden-fresh vegetables taste better than store-bought, and do you know why? Home-grown veggies taste better simply because they contain more nutrients. The quality of the soil is what makes your food.
Synthetic fertilizers do not add organic matter to the soil – instead, they mainly add nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium – nor do they replenish the hundreds of micro nutrients needed for well-rounded, nutrient-rich food. Not enough nutrients in the soil means that crops are more susceptible to disease and insects. Thus, large-scale use of pesticides are essential to keep our commercial food going.
The result? Lots of food, but most of it is saturated with pesticides and lacking in a lot of the micro-nutrients and antioxidants we need to stay healthy.
Do you love butterflies? Who doesn’t! If you’re going organic, a butterfly garden is a must! Not only will butterflies liven up your yard, they will bring hours of delight to you and your family. Watch in fascination as your resident larvae encase themselves in gorgous chysalids, to miraculously emerge as colorful, gorgeous butterflies!
This detailed, 33 page guidebook describes the butterfly lifecycle, how to prepare a space in your garden, types of plants to attract butterflies and their young, and fascinating facts about butterfly life. Comes with dozens of full color photographs of butterflies and visual guides on plants to attract them.
Learn how to properly plant, care for, harvest, prevent disease and save the seeds of such popular vegetables as tomatoes, beans, peas, lettuce, onions, spinach, corn, carrots, potatoes and many more!
If you are not satisfied with How to Master Organic Gardening, you have an entire year in which to return it for a full refund! I certainly understand that organic gardening takes time, so if you not satisfied with the results by the following year, I will gladly give you your money back!
This complete package of organic gardening guides usually go for at least $47 in stores, plus shipping and handling if you order online. However, if your order today you will receive “How to Master Organic Gardening”, and “All About Buttefly Gardening” and “Organic Vegetable Gardens: An Easy Reference Guide,” all for only $17!
With an entire year to decide if organic gardening is right for you, there is no risk! We want you to succeed, for going organic one person at a time is the best way to save our health and the health of the planet. Cut out the expense of fertilizer and pesticides, grow tastier and juicier vegetables, and learn how to make your garden healthy and in tune with the natural environment!
(Hint: Chapters 3 and 4 are all about soil and making compost, including types of compost bins, what to put in it, how to layer, and answers to common problems.)
(Hint: you have an entire army at your disposal! In Chapter 12, we give you a visual primer on the common types of “good” bugs, and from pages 75 to 77 we present a list of safe, home-made and time-tested insecticide recipes from such ingredients as chives, soap, lemon juice and hot peppers, among other common household ingredients.)
(Hint: by practicing organic gardening, your soil will retain nearly 200 pounds of water for every 100 pounds of soil. Convention gardening? Almost zero. Chapter 13 is all about organic lawn care.)
(Hint: on page 84 we give you a tested 3-year plan to eliminate 95% of the weeds in your lawn. While weeds will appear wherever there is exposed soil (such as in flower and vegetable gardens), you can teach your lawn to crowd out and ultimately kill most weeds. This is why grass is the preferred plant for open spaces.
(Hint: Chapter 14 is all about organic vegetable gardening. We delve into common organic practices such as intercropping, companion planting and organic fertilizer techniques to grow the best possible vegetables for your family and friends.