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Guide to Organic Gardening


Organic food is very popular, and its popularity is only growing. As people become more and more aware of how food is grown and delivered to them, they become more interested in organic eating. Pesticides, genetic enhancements, hormones, and other chemicals change produce, and make it a less healthy imitation of the real thing.

Organic produce, however, tends to be more expensive than the altered kind, and many simply cannot justify the extra cost. This is where organic gardening steps in. Learn how to grow your own fruits and veggies, eat healthier, and actually save hundreds per year at the grocery store!

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