CALIFORNIA-- Organic Produce has been both acclaimed and denounced in the media and in the general population. What's the story? Organic farming practices must meet strict guidelines to qualify as "organic". What is it? Is it healthier?
Certainly organic farming is healthier for the earth, because harmful chemicals such as pesticides and synthetic fertilizers aren't used. For a product to meet the standards to be "organic", it must be grown naturally.
To grow organic flowers, vegetables, herbs and other plants, farmers use methods such as beneficial insects, compost fertilizers and selective plant grouping to deter pests, grow healthy, hearty plants and keep them free of disease.
The result is pure food, healthy food and a healthy environment that has not been stripped of its natural resources nor contaminated by unnatural chemicals. Healthier bodies, healthier minds, a healthier world for future generations.
A pioneer of the Organic Farming industry, Jay North, has created a new website for both amateur and professionals looking to incorporate organic farming practices into their gardens or farms.www.GoingOrganic.com
Jay's book, Guide to Cooking With Edible Flowers, his cooking segment on television and over 30 years experience in growing organically have taken him around the world, teaching top-notch chefs and laypersons alike the techniques and joys of growing, cooking with and eating organic edible flowers, herbs, vegetables and more.
Jay's services include landscaping, teaching and consulting with organic growers at any scale of gardening endeavor- from the at-home gardener to the aspiring grower/seller of organic produce to the mass producers of today's marketplace.
Visit www.GoingOrganic.com today to find out why hundreds of thousands of people have sought Jay's advice, publications and consultations for their farms.
Jay has earned millions of dollars helping design and create organic gardens and farms, in addition to publishing hundreds of articles on the subject.
His wife, Pamela, who passed away a few years ago, introduced Jay to Organic Farming. Jay and Pam began with a small 20'X20' garden and grew an empire known as Paradise Farms, supplying organic produce of all sorts to buyers around the world. They became affectionately known as the "Edible Flower Children".
Jay continues the legacy Pam taught him even today. Visit www.GoingOrganic.com
Or call Jay at 805-794-9126 to find out how his consultations, landscaping and teaching methods can create a new life for you and your garden.