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Organic gardening takes more time, effort and forethought

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By Master Gardener, Brunswick County Extension

We have received several questions about organic gardening. Following are some thoughts on the subject.
Home gardeners who want to try their hand at growing organic vegetables should lower their expectations just a little and be prepared to put in more sweat equity.
Plan ahead
Growing organic vegetables takes extra planning. If you use organic fertilizer sources or organic soil amendments, these need to be tilled into the garden well in advance to be effective. Ideally, this process should begin in the fall prior to spring planting.


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