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Grow A Backyard Garden

Author : paul empey

How many times have you been wondering what to do with that unused area in your in the back of your new home. It's about time you make a real commitment to grow a backyard garden. You're now thinking of some the benefits you and your family will enjoy when you grow a organic vegetable garden.

No harmful chemicals guaranteed because you grew it all yourself. Does anyone really know how many chemicals and pesticides are exposed to the vegetables you buy in the grocery store? Many markets and vegetable stands claim to be free of harmful chemicals.

But how do you know what happened back on the farm. Their organic vegetable garden could have been planted in soil that has chemicals in it or could have been near a crop that has been sprayed with chemicals you just don't know.

Long term exposure to vegetables has been suspected to link to reproductive and developmental harmful effects although there is little documented proof of this. It's your children who are at the greatest risk to harmful effects of chemically laced vegetables they consume. Their bodies are still growing and developing and are unable to process these chemicals.

Having a organic vegetable garden is great reason to get out and have a little exercise. You may be busy and have very little time to get to the health club for your needed exercise. Your daily or every other day garden chores are a great workout to burn excess calories and keep your weight in check.

Doing your garden chores is a thorough workout of many of your muscle groups, your arms, back, legs and more. These garden chores require you to stretch, bend, reach, and to squat a lot of stretching which helped your flexibility. To grow a backyard garden is a wonderful method to get healthier through daily exercise along with a healthy chemical free diet.

Plus you are doing share to help save the environment. This way with commercially grown vegetables there will be less pressure on the farmer to produce large supplies of vegetables. But at the same time more of a demand to make their harvest a chemical free harvest which will result in safer, healthier vegetables.

Instead of using chemicals and pesticides that could end up polluting our rivers and environment imagine the improvement on our environment if a lot more people where planting an organic vegetable garden, container garden or even a small patio or balcony garden. Yes you can change the world if you grow a backyard garden no matter how large or small.

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