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Organic Vegetable Gardening for Better Health

If there is a section in your yard that you have piles dead leaves, you might have the best soil conditions for an organic vegetable garden. In my own yard I never cover my soil with mulch and I never rake out the dead leaves; lots of leaves remain in my yard hidden behind the shrubbery over the winter. As the leaves decompose they release nutrients into the soil (free nitrogen), the soil is also turned into a heap of rich jet black dirt.

I had been raking and piling leaves onto a couple of spots in the corner of my yard for over several years. One summer I decided to plant some organic collard greens, bell pepper, hot pepper, broccoli, early gird tomatoes, and spinach. These organically grown collard greens were the absolutely best tasting collards that our neighbors, my wife, her friends and I had ever tasted in all our entire lives.

So, I loosened the soil in my organic chemical-free garden by turning it upside down with a pitch fork, then I raked it to a smooth surface.

Planting the Seed in the Organic Vegetable Garden

I first dip the ball root of the seeding plant into a bucket of water that is fortified with liquid organic fertilizer (not really necessary since the enriched soil contains all the natural fertilizer from all the decomposed plant materials.) This root soaking gives the plants a good head start by immediately feeding the plant through the root system and provides a little insurance just in case there is little rain or if I might forget to water the plants everyday for the first several days. With the trowel I hit the soil on each side of where I would place a vegetable seedling–this soil indentation will help hold the water around the base of the plant and prevent run off away from the plant. I plant seedlings root ball just level or slightly lower that the earths surface, and I’m moving on to the next plant to repeat the process until all forty eight plants are planted. This doesn’t take long, it’ll give kids some needed play-ercise.

“I hit the ground on either side with my trowel to make the indentations.”

I used no commercial chemicals on the plants for pest control, I planted a line of marigolds every other row between the vegetable plantings to ward off bugs. For the tomato plants I wrapped the stem with a piece of paper bag to keep cut worms at bay.

Children and Diabetes

What has organic vegetable gardening have to do with diabetes? Everything health related. Organic gardening is proactive illness prevention. How pure the food will directly dictate your kids health for everyday of their lives. If your children are experiencing heart problems–scrutinize their food, weight problems–scrutinize their food, cognitive problems–scrutinize their food.

A large percentage of all health issues are commercial supplied food related.

Organic green vegetables are high carb foods that are better for good health.

Organic Vegetable Gardening

V is for ... Vegetable

Want Healthier Kids, Start Organic Vegetable Gardening
It’s time to re-introduced life altering self-reliant food concepts back into family life. It is time to encourage our kids to grow their own organic garden and eat more healthy chemical free vegetables. Organic Gardening and Kids

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1 – It does not take much to grow your organic vegetable garden, simply get some organic seed.

2 – Loosen the soil (the loser the soil the deeper the roots grow into the soil, the deeper the root, the healthier the plant.)

3 – In the beginning of the first several weeks or so, keep the seeds warms and try to prevent wide temperature fluctuations and keep the soil moist (the roots are very thin at this stage and will quickly dry-out and damage the whole plant.)

In 20-60 days depending on what you planted you and your family will be eating healthy organic veggies from your organic vegetable garden in no time!

Organic Vegetable Gardening at Home
1 – Drastically reduce kids exposure to chemical sprayed vegetables.
2 – Encourage a GROW YOUR OWN ORGANIC vegetables philosophy; plant and grow in every available space, grow organic vegetables indoors and outside, in the backyard, on the deck, side of the house, containers, flower pots, raised beds, hanging baskets as ornamental accents in the flower beds, where there is space, we want kids to plant.

Organic Gardening – Kids Health Book

Organic Gardening – Kids Health Book

Health Book for Kids – Introduce Organic Gardening

The Draw Me Healthy kids health book story designed to serve as a diabetes prevention first line of defense, motivate kids to eat more veggies, and introduce a green organic concept to young children.This is a short adventurous story about a lost dog and finding a new green friend.

Organic Vegetable Gardening

Organic Vegetable Gardening

This series of children books, will attempt to introduce an organic vegetable gardening concept to young children making them aware of the direct relationship between their food choices and food sources. The book will also emphasize the importance of organic (chemical free) food.

The Draw Me Healthy kids health book story designed to serve as a diabetes prevention first line of defense, motivate kids to eat more veggies, and introduce a green organic concept to young children.

This is a short story, only 48 Easy-Read pages, consisting of 50/50 text to illustration.
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Organic Vegetable Gardening for Better Kids Health