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Tips From Professional Organic Farmers

Ready The Soil

you'll have sparse results unless your soil is nutritious enough for your crops to thrive. "The number one thing is having a lot of organic matter in your soil, and adding compost every year," says Eve Kaplan-Walbrecht, co-owner of Garden of Eve Organic Farm & Market in Riverhead, New York. "You can't overdo compost," says Matt McLean, CEO and founder of Uncle Matt's Organic, based in Clermont, Florida. "I have planter boxes that are nothing but compost."

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Sterilize Your Homemade Compost

If you plan on using homemade compost (and it's perfectly OK to use organic compost from a store if you don't have the time or resources), make sure it's well broken-down and free of weed seeds. Wear gloves, and take the extra time to go through it carefully. To ensure that you're not introducing a fungus or other disease into your garden, you'll want to sterilize the compost before you plant. "Instead of using a fungicide or a pesticide, you can buy clear plastic sheeting, roll it out to cover your compost pile, stake it down, and leave it on for a week," McLean suggests. "It'll allow the rays of the sun to come in and trap the heat to a point that'll kill the nematodes or fungi already in there."

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Tips From Professional Organic Farmers

Use Non-Chemical Pesticide And Fertilizer Alternatives

Both McLean and Kaplan-Walbrecht like seaweed and fish emulsion as organic fertilizers, but if you've done your groundwork and laid down a good layer of compost, you probably won't need to worry about fertilizer too much. One homemade fertilizer that's popular is a compost tea, Kaplan-Walbrecht says. Take some compost, soak it in water for a period, and use just the resultant liquid to fertilize your plants.

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Buy Organic Seeds

Organic seeds not only come with your philosophical seal of approval, but they also come from crops that tend to be better suited to organic growing. "When you're buying organic seeds, some of these are becoming adapted to organic production, which helps you when it comes to growing, because they're not as dependent as conventional crops on outside input," Kaplan-Walbrecht says.

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