Organic Gardening Magazine – 3 Aspects Of Organic Gardening Magazine!

Organic Gardening magazine deals with three aspects:

(1) History:

The year, 1930, saw the launch of a company called Rodale Inc. Over the years the company has reached the milestone after the milestone, becoming today the largest publisher of any printed material related to health and fitness!

During the 1940s, JI Rodale realized that organic gardening was also linked to health and decided to raise public awareness through a magazine entitled “Organic agriculture and gardening”. The first publication launched by the Rodale Press dates back to 1942.

Robert D. Rodale (son of JI Rodale) was in charge of the magazine after his father’s death in 1971. When his son was killed in a traffic accident in 1990, JI Rodale’s (Maria) daughter was named leader of the company. The title of the magazine was changed by Maria. It is now known as an organic gardening magazine.

Even today, this magazine enjoys maximum popularity compared to other magazines dedicated to organic gardening! The magazine is published every two months and the annual subscription is $ 25.

The publication of Organic Gardening magazine is not limited to the United States; it is also published in the United Kingdom. Here, the magazine is available as a monthly issue and the cover price is £ 2.65.

There is no other magazine dedicated to organic gardens in the UK, except this one. Ask and you will find the information in this publication – guides dedicated to the in-depth knowledge of plant growth, education on every aspect of gardening, research studies and opinions and reviews. The advice presented is practical.

Following the latest trends, a site on organic gardens has also been created. It’s called Organicgardening.com. The website is actually an online magazine on organic gardening that displays bulletin boards, articles, clippings and presentations for gardeners.

(2) Organic Gardening magazine believes that organic gardening should be a fun activity even if the techniques used are not the same as those used in conventional gardens. Unlike normal gardens that believe in the use of synthetic materials, these gardens propagate the use of organic materials (natural resources). Everything that is published is authentic and the latest information.

(3) Digging within the same organic gardening magazine, each issue deals with different topics: how to increase the garden area, new hybrid varieties of vegetables, ornamental plants and help plants survive in unusual places and climates.

The advice is presented only after extensive research has been conducted. It could be related to soil preparations, landscaping, wildlife gardening and a host of other things. The bottom line is that all the information is very timely!

There are also interesting features: Organic Gardening Solutions, Bird Yard, Compost Corner and Dig In, etc. Readers say they can find “interesting things to use, opinions and news” here! A section entitled “Organic Watchdog” refers to the policies formulated by the government. Political opinions are also expressed here! At least 4 to 5 items will be fine per season.

So, gardening enthusiasts, make full use of Organic Gardening magazine to create a chemical-free garden!

Source by Abhishek Agarwal

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