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Biodynamics __ "Based on a series of lectures given by Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner in 1924, Biodynamics is a method of agriculture which seeks to actively work with the health-giving forces of nature. It is the oldest non-chemical agricultural movement, predating the organic agriculture movement by some twenty years and has now spread throughout the world." You can learn about it here. - illustrated - From Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association - http://www.biodynamics.com/ 

Bob Lippert's Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Soil Testing, Plant Analysis and Fertilizers __ You will find an interesting list of questions, including where and how to get compost tested, and other garden chemical safety issues. - From Clemson University - http://hubcap.clemson.edu/~blpprt/bobweb/bobweb.html 

City Farmer's Urban Agriculture Notes __ You will find an enormous range of resources including extensive information on worm composting, as well as a movie clip on worm harvesting. - illustrated - From cityfarmer.org - http://www.cityfarmer.org/ 

Dirtdoctor  __ This site has articles covering edible plants, beneficial insects, and more. Includes a weekly advice column. - illustrated - From dirtdoctor.com - http://www.dirtdoctor.com/ 

Earth Garden - Australia's original magazine of alternatives for bush and city __ "where you can link to page after page of unbelievably useful and fascinating information that will change your life. Take a wander up the Earth Garden path - we're proud of our site!!" - illustrated - From earthgarden.com.au - http://www.earthgarden.com.au/ 
 
Earth-Kind Gardening Index __ You will find a collection of click-to-read articles covering landscaping, composting, insect control, new techniques, and more. - From Texas A&M - http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/plantanswers/earthkind/ekgarden2.html 

Extension Compost Resources __ A few click-to-read articles about composting. - From Texas Agricultural Extension Service - http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/extension/compost.html 

Green Manure, Cover-crop and Managed Fallow Consortium - Background Documents __ If you do not know the difference between cover crops and green manures- this article will clear the confusion. - From cornell.edu - http://ppathw3.cals.cornell.edu/mba_project/gmcc/ccgmdef.html 


 
Guide to Composting __ "Across the planet earth an amazing process is continuously taking place. Plant parts and animal leavings rot or decompose with the help of fungi, bacteria, and other microorganisms. Earthworms and an assortment of insects do their part digesting and mixing the plant and animal matter together. The result is a marvelous, rich, and crumbly layer of organic matter we call compost, which is nature's gift to the gardener." Here you can learn about the process of making your own compost. - illustrated - From gardenguides.com - http://www.gardenguides.com/TipsandTechniques/compost.htm

How to Make Compost, a Composting Guide __ Nice article covering all aspects of composting. - illustrated - From compostguide.com - http://www.compostguide.com/ 
 
Mort Mather Garden Spot organic gardening advice books pictures articles organic pest control weeds __ A wealth of online organic gardening advice. - illustrated - From Mort Mather - http://www.supak.com/mort/ 

Organic Gardening __ A great general site about organic gardening with many articles and links. You may wind up spending some time here. - illustrated - From Rodale Inc - http://www.organicgardening.com/

Organic Lawn Care Guide __ A guide to organic lawn care to avoid using pesticides on your lawn. - From immuneweb.org - http://www.immuneweb.org/articles/lawncare.html 
 
Welcome to Beneficial Insectary __ Take a look at this catalog site for informative articles on the beneficial insects. - illustrated - From insectary.com - http://www.insectary.com/ 

 

 

 

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