Tasty, highly nutritious fruits and vegetables are a dream come true for any grower. To get these fruits and vegetables you no longer have to be dependent on synthetic, inorganic fertilizers and pesticides. You can practice completely organic indoor gardening. Organic gardening will allow you to have high quality products. Here are some tips as to how you can create your very own organic garden:
Right type of soil: Any gardener or farmer will tell you that soil is the most important factor to grow a healthy plant. Indoor gardening gives an advantage that you can choose the right type of soil. The soil should be porous and well ploughed. This allows free movement of air and water through the soil. If the soil is aerated properly, it will help you keep unwanted insects away.
Compost: Organic compost is a booster for your plants’ growth. Using different organic compost will help supplying nutrients in the soil. Compost increases porosity as it ads humus and organic matter. Organic compost is completely biodegradable and hence it will not do any harm to your indoor garden.
Planting: You can plant your organic garden using cuttings or seeds. It is advisable to grow plants from seed in case of indoor gardening as this will eliminate risk of outside pests and contamination. Using organic seeds will help you get a great yield. Plants like peas, tomatoes, pepper grow well from seeds.
Organic nutrients: Use of totally biodegradable provides many organic nutrients for your plants. Using a perfect blend of organic nutrients will provide your plants with essential minerals like Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potash. These elements are required for healthy growth of your plants.
Physical factors: While creating your organic home garden, you have to take care of physical factors like water, temperature, light, humidity etc. Although I is important to provide sufficient water to your plants, make sure you do not overwater them. This will curb their growth and invite fungi on the plants. Temperature and amount of light should be monitored and regulated on a timely basis. Avoid any drastic changes in temperature regulation as this will mutate your plants severely.
If you follow some basic guidelines, your organic garden will flourish with fresh, nutritious vegetables and fruits. Unlike popular belief, using organic techniques for indoor gardening is not an expensive or tedious task. A little care and precision will help you have totally natural, synthetic fertilizer and pesticide free yield.