To control weeds in your garden without using chemical herbicides around your organic plants, mulch between rows with bark, clean straw, mulch-covered papers, or sawdust from untreated wood. Beware of using anything to mulch or fertilize that might include seeds that can add more weeds, like grass clippings or fresh manure.
Contemplate adding ladybugs to your organic garden. These small critters will eat those aphids and mites right up. If you're not able to lure several ladybugs into your garden, you can frequently find them for sale at small home and garden stores. When you have a couple ladybugs, more will often follow.
Botanical pesticides that are from your local area could be incredibly powerful on pests. Oftentimes, natural insecticides work better than synthetically produced pesticides. Natural insecticides do have the disadvantage of a shorter effective period plus a fast decline.
Use mulch to fertilize your beds. You've got to make sure to spread mulch equally, as you need a particular quantity and do not want to waste any of it. Sprinkle mulch as best as you can and make use of a stand to distribute it flatly and equally. Be sure you cover all of the places that want it.
In case you don't have a huge yard, or any yard at all, you can still grow great organic produce in containers. Most vegetables, other than some root vegetables, grow equally well in pots as they do in the earth. There are also many varieties that have been bred to do well in containers.