Sunday, February 15, 2015

Learning self-sustainability in a world of co-dependency.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 


    In a time where it has become somewhat of a mystery as to what chemicals are present on store bought fruits and vegetables, many people have opted to plant and maintain their own garden. While this habit of self-sustainability can prove extremely beneficial, it is important to be aware of other dangers which could be lurking within the soil of your garden. In order to effectively cultivate a nourishing garden for your family, it is vital to provide it with healthy soil, and while potentially contaminated soil may seem beyond our ability to change, it is in fact possible to restore. Cleansing contaminated soil can help your garden to flourish by increasing the soil's ability to retain water and vital nutrients. Are you curious about how to tell if your garden soil may be contaminated and is so, how you can take the steps necessary to mend it? Click the link below for enlightenment!

http://clu-in.org/download/misc/urban_gardening_fact_sheet.pdf

Added by: Kristina West

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