Seeds can remain viable for years and reusing them helps gardeners grow better crops that become adaptable to conditions of their environment.
Composting turns garden and vegetable waste into nutrient rich soil that aids plant growth and keeps organics out of the landfills, thus reducing harmful methane emissions.
Conserve resources by collecting rain water and use mulch on topsoil that helps prevent quick evaporation.
Ladybugs feed on crop-damaging aphids, mealybugs and other destructive insect pests.
Feed your plants with natural fertilizers that have not been treated or manufactured in a laboratory.