With developers The Other Hat, Garden Organic have produced five new reference apps, which can be downloaded to iPhones, iPads and Android devices: Organic Gardening Guidelines, Composting for Organic Gardeners, Grow Your Own Organic Fruit, Grow Your Own Organic Herbs, and Grow Your Own Organic Vegetables. The apps contain reference information for gardeners of all levels, outlining organic gardening methods and providing tips on growing fruit, herbs and vegetables.
While most gardeners prefer to leave their smart phones and iPads inside when working in the garden, your phone and tablet can, in fact, be a valuable gardening tool. Smart phones and tablets have a plethora of apps (short for applications) tailored to gardening. A quick search will yield many apps related to gardening.
Square food gardening is the perfect introduction to growing a successful vegetable garden. In a square-foot garden, plants thrive in raised boxes that are sectioned and filled with nutrient-rich soils.
Follow the photo-link to find these instructions, and you can start enjoying organic vegetables from your own backyard!
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