Growing a Greener World

Organic Gardening - Creating A Garden Ecosystem

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Kutztown, PA. Organic gardening in its simplest form is gardening without the use of synthetic, manmade chemicals, while focusing on building the fertility of the soil. But gardening organically also means to think of your garden as part of a whole ecosystem. Everything from water, soil and insects to wildlife and people play a valuable role in this system. Interviews with Maria and Maya Rodale of the Rodale Institute will shed light on this eco-friendly way of gardening. This episode explores exactly what organic gardening is while guiding the viewers through the benefits and the bottom line. Chef Nathan uses apples to create a spicy fall dish.
 

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