If you’re interested in growing organics, best do it right. Here’s a nice primer.

If grown properly, your organic garden will produce higher quality, healthier foods ‘” and will be good for the environment and wildlife. Many people have high hopes for starting their own organic garden and reaping a small harvest from it. The problem is that many don’t really know what an organic garden is. Organic gardening is more than popping some seeds in the ground and letting them grow “naturally.” If grown properly, your organic garden will produce higher quality, healthier foods—and will be good for the environment and wildlife. But it will take planning and work. Here’s what you need to know to get a green organic thumb. – From Huffington Post