Around the world everyone is talking about environmental issues and the concept of "going green". Natural organic gardening and landscaping are among the most important parts of that movement. Howard Garrett in The Organic Manual explains in detail what to do instead of using chemicals. He tells readers how to go green. The book starts with advice on how to stop using toxic chemicals, pesticides, and synthetic fertilisers and explains the practical alternatives that we can utilise. This book is effective for use coast to coast and border to border; it has no geographic boundaries. Whether it's growing beautiful landscapes or delicious healthy food crops, The Organic Manual explains bed preparation, planting, pest control, and how to make compost. It also covers pet management and natural living advice. The organic method is the most efficient, most cost effective, and most fun of any gardening and household approach to the natural way. It also produces the best trees, shrubs, flowers, fruits, and vegetables that you will ever grow. The book also gives the consumer a 6-month, free subscription to the Dirt Doctor, a magazine about healthy, organic living.
Howard Garrett is the nation's foremost authority on natural organic gardening. He is a landscape architect, arborist, author of many related books, and the host of a nationally syndicated radio talk show on organic living. He writes a weekly newspaper column, "The Natural Way" for the "Dallas Morning News."