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No Spray Hawaii
What are they?
A set of easily comprehendible concepts that when understood can be utilized to make growing food easy for you! These concepts are created as a guideline to help you grow plants and animals with confidence so that you too can garden efficiently, effectively and easily.
Who are they for?
Anyone! They can help you regardless of experience level (never gardened before, just starting, gardening for years), location (apartment, house, homestead, jungle, acres, desert, etc), desired outcomes (flower garden, vegetable garden, orchard, nice landscape, the most beautiful house on the street) and personal goals (eat what you grow, limit yard work, increase outside time, grow more fruit trees).
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Once you become “Re-Introduced” back into nature you can observe the principles. These principles are what natural areas including jungles, forest and marshes rely on to grow without human inputs including synthetic fertilizers and chemical pesticides.
Once you understand what is “Under the surface” of the world we live in, you can begin to utilize the millions of life forms to do the work of growing food for you! We walk on it every day, plants grow on it, animals poop on it… yet the majority don’t even know that soil itself is actually alive and it can easily be created.
This is where you learn that death of something, unlike what most may think is actually a key part of our very, alive daily life. Without death you have no life. Death is not the end of life, but instead,
“Death is a part of life”.
“Utilize nature’s variety” to grow abundant amount of food. Learn to find alternative plants that grow well in your area and that live for years. By doing so you can spend more time enjoying them and eating them and WAY less time saving their lives.
Most problems arise from unhealthy soil or not following nature. Use to easily determine how to find the real problems in the garden and create solutions utilizing the concepts learned.
** These concepts are in no particular order of importance.
They all relate to each other and are equally important to one another.
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