‘The Urban Life of Veggies by Herbert Mack’ By Herbert Mack

Organic urban gardening pertains to growing of vegetables and herbs the natural way. This means that there are strictly no pesticides, insecticides, herbicides and poisonous fertilizers and chemicals present. The soil is rather prepared and tilled using composed manure, mulch and other organic materials. The plants are naturally grown and sprouted with the help of water, minerals derived from compost and sun. The rapid growth of the local agriculture movement highlights a need to deepen connections with the food we eat. The coronavirus lockdowns are pushing more city dwellers to grow fruit and vegetables in their homes, providing a lasting boost to urban farming. From providing fresh food for your home and community to regenerating unused spaces and containers, fresh food is at your fingertips. Access to fresh food options can have a profound effect on the health and wellbeing of individuals, which can transform communities.

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