Supak.com: organic gardening on-line since 1995 to help people go (and stay) organic! Don't miss Mort Mather's Garden Spot! Start with our organic gardening outline which tells beginner gardeners they should start with the soil because healthy soil grows drought, disease and pest resistant plants. Read our organic gardening blog and our environmentalist blog to keep up with the politics and news affecting the organic community.
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This is the place for organic gardening advice! We have books and articles about soil, tilth, organic food, organic facts, and hemp! Organic gardening advice, books, hints, tips, articles. Improve your soil tilth naturally. We have info on: organic pest control, weed control, plant health, vegetables, fruits, trees, herbs, and plenty more! Ask Mort Mather!
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Avid gardeners should check out the newsgroup rec.gardens which has all kinds of info from really nice folks who know their gardening!
Almost Good to Go Organic and Local Food Takeout Restaurant! We're in the early stages of starting a small, organic and local food takeout restaurant in our small town of Cherry Valley, NY--between Cooperstown and Sharon Springs. We're looking for investors now to help us make this dream a reality and bring more fresh, healthy, organic, and local food to the area.
Our friend Ellen runs a business called Goldpetals. She makes high-quality natural skin care products in upstate New York.
Our friends at Nectar Hills Farm now have a CSA (community supported agriculture) program so you can support this great farm and get discounts on the meat, organic produce, honey, cheese, and more! Remember, grass fed meat is better for you, the animal, and the planet.
Check out our new Sustainable Store which features organic and sustainable shopping solutions for a progressive planet.
We moved and we're gardening again! We got to zone 5 of upstate NY just in time to put in a little fall garden of spinach, onions, lettuce, greens, arugula, and peas (which the deer just love). In celebration of our return to the soil, I've started blogging again at the organic garden blog, which was just rated one of the 100 best organic blogs! Wow, when we started all this, there weren't any blogs! Just us answering emails on this site...
We're proud to be the host of Mort Mather's Garden Spot organic gardening articles. Makes sense to brush up on the lazy man's advice for organic gardening, since a little work now will save a ton later. Mort has a new website and a blog now!
Our favorite organic Kona coffee farm is under new management, and the coffee is better than ever! And, you farmers will love the Hawaii organic coffee farming blog, where you can follow the trials and tribulations of restoring and running an organic coffee plantation on the big island of Hawaii.
Check out our garden store. Our organic gardening advice outline is at the bottom of this page! Eating organic food is better for you and our planet. Get the facts. Don't miss Mort Mather's recommended organic gardening books.
Setting records organically: How to Grow World Record Tomatoes: A Guiness Champion Reveals His All-Organic Secrets by Charles Wilber by Charles Wilber. Getting to the root of the matter: Start With the Soil : The Organic Gardener's Guide to Improving Soil for Higher Yields, More Beautiful Flowers, and a Healthy, Easy-Care Garden, by Grace Gershuny. Hey, Mort's been saying that all along.
Organic Gardening Articles
We get so many pest and disease control questions that are best answered with the phrase "healthy plants grown in healthy soil are more drought, disease, and pest resistant," that I decided to write an article on how to make your soil healthy. Read this article to turn your lawn and garden into a perfectly balanced ecosystem.
Mort's a farmer who understands the importance and benefits of being organic. He believes deeply in the "soil bank," and he explains it well to anyone who will listen. For the beginner, novice, or expert, Mort's sense of humor and straightforwardness, you will walk away feeling like you met the guru.
Worms are nature's composting, fertilizing, aerating, tilling machines! They do all the work for you. If you don't have worms in your soil, then you've been spraying poison, haven't you? Any synthetic chemical, especially fertilizer, is poison to worms. And since most people over-fertilize, especially their lawns, fertilizer becomes poison to everyone.
Industrial hemp production could help the condition of our soil considerably. While sugar is subsidized to insure its profitability, no such subsidies would be necessary for hemp. Hemp grows in poor soil, with very little care, and actually helps soil that has suffered chemical exposure. Several states now have pending industrial hemp bills! Write your representatives!
Organic Lawns are easier and cheaper to maintain, and they're
better for you, your kids, and your environment!
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