He feels that starting your own compost pile for your backyard garden will allow you to avoid having to have any contact with potentially harmful chemical fertilizers.
Another of his beliefs is that almost all store bought food has had more than it's share of chemicals from those to make it grow bigger and faster, to those that kept away harmful pests, to even some foods getting special chemicals to trigger a change in color
Scott says: "When one of the main points of having your own is that your backyard garden will produce better, fresher vegetables without the worry and fear of introducing chemicals into the ground, which in turn can go into the vegetables, which in turn can go into you!"
Scott continues: "A garden is ideally all about having fun and forgetting all your problems. But there are also a fair number who actually come to depend on their garden as their main vegetable source for at least a few months of each year. To blindly just grab anything of a store shelf and throw it your garden, be it a pesticide or some type of fertilizer, just doesn't make a lot of sense."
You can visit Scott's garden site for more free insights from his experience: http://www.gardening-
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