Organic Gardening. Friday , March 30th , 2018 - 00:24:35 AM
"Organic" can be defined chemically as a compound which has carbon as an element. Organic compounds are sourced from living organisms, like animals or plants. However, from a chemist perspection, organic compounds don’t necessarily come from living organisms only; they can also be synthesized in laboratories. From the horticultural point of view, "organic" is a system of sustainable agriculture which includes avoiding the practice of applying synthetic pesticides or fertilizers into the plants or soil. Wait a second – I thought you said earlier that organic compounds could be either synthetic-based or life-based, so why you now insist "organic gardening" should not incorporate synthetic measures? OK, this could get confusing, so I’ll explain.
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