Organic Food Gardening Beginner's Manual that you can get back your health and energy and save a stack of money. 

From: Julie Turner

You don't realize it, but in the next few minutes you're going to learn that organic gardening can greatly improve your health and energy levels while really lowering your weekly food bills and it only takes about half an hour per week.

If you're like me you probably hate the idea of eating foods (and providing them for your family) that may have been grown with chemicals.

Not only that, but the foods you buy from the supermarket may have been hanging around for days or even weeks before you buy them. This means that the life energy of the plant you're going to eat is gone. When you eat something that is still living you absorb its life energy, which has additional health benefits.

And if you're buying "organic", you are probably paying through the nose for your fruit and vegetables and you really have to trust in the person you're buying from that it is truly organic.

Here's a fact for you:

Data compiled by the US Department of Agriculture reveals that since the 1940s the mineral levels in fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy have declined substantially in commercially produced foods. Think about this; along with earlier (pre-ripened) picking, longer storage and more processing of crops. Is it any wonder that we're getting fewer nutrients in our food than we were 60 or 70 years ago?

Chemical fertilizers used by commercial growers produces lush growth by swelling produce with more water. On a per-weight basis, organic food has more "dry matter" (i.e. real food). Partly because of this organically grown foods contain higher levels of nutrients.

Organically grown foods are found to be much higher in antioxidants - another great benefit to you and your family.

Stop! Do you really want to keep paying out hundreds of dollars a month for fruit and vegetables that have little or no nutritional value? Or would you rather get started growing your own healthy, fresh organic food?

Stop for a moment and imagine how your would feel if you knew the fruit and vegetables that you put on the table for your family had virtually no nutritional value and possibly contained harmful chemicals.

OK, now imagine...  walking out to your organic garden and picking carrots, peas, corn and spinach... digging a few potatoes... and gathering some herbs for dinner.

As you walk through your garden a sense of pride and achievement fills your heart as you see the efforts of your labor ripening, ready for harvest.

You notice that the tomatoes are starting to ripen and delight at the crisp smell of basil and thyme in the air. Your cucumbers and melons are getting larger every day, with practically no effort on your part - all you did was pop in a few seeds, add bit of organic fertilizer and made sure they were watered!

A calmness filters through you as you look once again over your garden and head towards the kitchen, knowing that you are providing your family with energy filled, living foods.

Hey: I didn't grow up with parents who loved to garden. In fact neither of my parents enjoyed gardening. So I grew up in a home where "gardening" (if you could call it that) was considered a chore. The lawn had to be mowed, there were weeds to pull... and planting anything pretty or even edible was considered a waste of time and effort, because it would probably end up dying anyway.

So not much encouragement from my parents. The redeeming light for me was when I went to my grandparents home. I'd follow grandpa around the garden, "helping" him with whatever he was doing. They are some of the fondest memories of my childhood.

It was those cherished times spent with my grandpa that gave me my love of gardening. But when I finally bought my own home, some years later and started to garden - well let's just say that I didn't have a green thumb. It was embarrassing! Surely there's a gardening gene passed on from generation to generation? Even if it skipped a generation that should have still worked out for me.

But let me confess something: Several seasons in a row I started out with so much enthusiasm, only to watch my veggies start off OK, then become straggly and wither, or bolt straight to seed. What was I doing wrong???

When I think back now on those early years I can see clearly each and every mistake....  well it's the bleeding obvious ones that really stand out in my mind. My biggest problem was that my grandparents had both passed away by the time I had my own "garden".

And my parents didn't have a clue about gardening, so they were no help. Most of my friends grew up with the same dilemma as me - our parents just weren't gardeners.

So there was quite a bit of hit and miss in my first few years of organic gardening. I managed to have some things give me small yields, but many of my plants didn't thrive. The thing is, that I really loved the time I spent in the garden - especially the veggie garden. It was the one place where I could feel calm...  to recharge and restore some sanity to my life.

I decided to get a serious amount of learning into my head, one way or another. I decided to educate myself so that I could get good at growing my own food.

I studied horticulture at TAFE, completing certificate III in Horticulture. Then I became the co-owner of an edible plants nursery for several years.

By this time I was growing enough vegetables to keep my family going over the main growing season. I was quite proud of myself - and still am. The thrill of saying "I grew that" about things we were eating - well I can tell you - it's joyful. Truly joyful!

But you don't have to spend all the time it took me, effort and money to learn how to become a successful organic gardener. The combination of my love for growing (and eating) organic food, along with my experience with plants led me to create the...

Organic Food Gardening Beginner's Manual

Organic Gardening Beginner's Manual

I want to share with you not only the joy of producing fresh, delicious food for your family, but also the health advantages. For you (and me) - the gardener - the health benefits of spending some time in the fresh air and sunshine, as well as the stress relief. For your loved ones - chemical free, vitamin filled, fresh, natural foods - what our bodies really crave for and need.

Now you can access the information you want quickly and easily, to make planning and growing your vegetable garden a breeze! Growing our own food makes us less reliant on commercially grown foods. Who knows how long produce might have been sitting around on a shelf, or in a cool-room? 

Do you wonder just what chemicals have been sprayed on that perfect-looking tomato, that really is quite tasteless? Being able to walk out to your organic vegetable garden and pick your own food - now let's see... How many food miles is that? - Oh, it's none!

By providing your family with as much of your fruit and vegetable requirements as possible you will also be greatly helping the environment.

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But before we talk about a way you can get your hands on this material, consider this:

Study hails organic food benefits

"Organic food has a higher nutritional value than ordinary produce, a study by Newcastle University has found."

"A team grew fruit, vegetables and reared cattle on adjacent organic and non-organic sites across Europe.

They found up to 40% more antioxidants could be found in organic fruit and vegetables than in non-organic.

The team said the findings call into question the current stance of the Food Standards Agency (FSA), which is neither for nor against organic food."

BBC News

Finally, here is your opportunity to learn the secrets of healthy organic gardening with " Organic Food Gardening Beginner's Manual - all crammed into a simple, easy to use e-book.

(Click here to read "Organic Food Gardening Beginner's Manual" Book Review 
by John Walters

You'll Instantly Discover

Your very best area to grow your veggies (pgs 6-8)


How to build up healthy, fertile soil without costing a fortune (pgs 14-19)


How to feed your soil - the organic ways


How to create an easy, 'no-dig' veggie plot (pgs 32-35)


Massive savings by learning how to grow food from seeds


9 Essential tips to successfully transplanting your seedlings  (pgs 38-40)


WARNING: avoid killing your established plants when moving them


Tips for the most effective watering (pgs 43-44)


Why mulching is a must in every organic garden (pg45 reveals all)


5 easy ways to keep your garden weed free (pg 48)


How to slash your food bill in half, feeling healthy and energised


The 7 crucial ingredients to making great compost (pgs 23-25)


What never to put into your compost; don't end up with a sticky, stinky mess


How to make your own organic liquid fertilizers, saving $$'s (pg 50-51)


Natural ways to protect your plants from pests and disease (pgs 52-56)


Top 10 easiest veggies to grow (pgs 57-64)


Secrets to growing lush, healthy herbs (pgs 65-68)


Why to include perennial vegetables (pg 69-71)


What you must do to grow your food if space is limited (pg 77)


How much to plant for your family's needs (pgs 72-76)

And that's just a small 'glimpse' of what's included for you. This manual was created to give you simple, concise steps to easily create the right organic food garden for your family. I've gathered this information from both my own experience and from many different resources over the past 20 years. And now it's all at the press of a button!

With the release of this e-manual you can now instantly satisfy your desire to learn the essentials...

That anyone, anywhere has discovered about growing their own healthy, organic food


Jonathan YaakobiAs a professional gardener of nearly 25 years standing, I have to say a few words about Julie's new e-book  - Organic Food Gardening Beginners Manual

The Organic Food Gardening Beginners Manual contains stacks of information for the professional and non-professional alike. As my niche is ornamental gardening and design, I've learned a tremendous amount from the countless gems and insights on organic food growing.

But Gardening is a lot more than information and expertise. While Julie writes with professional authority, her books exude love and passion for horticulture and growing healthy food. 

The great thing about gardening is that you never stop learning, and I am grateful to Julie Turner for the opportunity to learn a lot more.

Jonathan Yaakobi - Israel 


Here is what else this informative manual reveals


How to eliminate the use of chemical pesticides - no need to spray anything nasty in your garden again 


How to start your own organic food garden with simple, easy to follow steps - great for beginners


How to provide the freshest, nutritious, most delicious foods for your family


The basic tools you'll need to get started.


How easy it is to convert your current gardening practices (if you garden already) to organic gardening practices


I just wanted to thank you so much for Your e-manual Organic Food Gardening Beginner's Manuel. My father used to have the most beautiful vegetable gardens and he grew everything organically. 

Unfortunately I discovered my love for gardening after he passed away and much of his knowledge was lost. This book has been such a blessing to me, much of what is found in it follows the techniques my father used and some new insights as well. 

My husband just complimented me today as we walked around the garden on how amazed he was with what I had done. Much of the credit goes to what I learned from the Organic Food Gardening Beginner's Manuel.
Thank you so much Julie for making this available.

Marjorie Morris - Oregon, USA

Consider this... You will have an abundance of vigorous plants, bursting with vitamins and minerals - free of pesticides - creating healthier food for you and your family.And that's just a taste of what you'll get with " Organic Food Gardening Beginner's Manual ". This e-manual will spoon-feed you with specific knowledge to......create a healthier and more productive organic food garden, whether you are new to gardening or a 'seasoned' gardener.


Bee SmithDear Julie

Well, it was well worth the wait!

This should be called 'Organic Gardening in a Nutshell!" It has all the essential points in an easy to read format and encouraging, conversational writing style. Coming from the Northern Hemisphere I was wondering how relevant it would be to those of 'Up Over' (as opposed to 'Down Under') but you have really been comprehensive in your examples. The Sowing Chart for the Northern Hemisphere is getting printed out and put on the fridge for quick reference.

Rock on the Organic Gardening Revolution. You are the La Passionaria of the No Dig Veg Patch Brigade! 

Highly recommended!

Bee Smith - Ireland

So how much does it cost to get this e-manual?

That is probably the wrong question. What you should be asking is how much will it cost you in health, plant deaths, time, money, effort and yields if you don't find successful ways of creating your own organic food garden? 

Or what if you look at it this way? How much do you currently spend on fruit and vegetables per week? Maybe $40 or $50, perhaps more? Over a year that works out to at least $2,080, even if you only spend $40 a week. And you don't have any idea how they've been grown, handled or stored.

That's one of the things I really love about growing my own - I know exactly how it got to my plate.

But you could go and do your own horticultural course - I highly recommend it. My course was a 12 month course, costing over $600, but well worth the money.

Really I think the information in the Organic Food Gardening Beginner's Manual is a bargain at US$37, but now just US $3.99

Why this ridiculously low price?

Here's why:

Because there aren't the usual hassles of shipping, handling, printing and other overhead costs I want to pass on my savings to you by way of a lower price.

And also because I'm making it my mission to to get this e-manual into the hands of as many potential organic gardeners like you as possible, and a higher price might make it unaffordable for some people.

And here's the exciting part....

You can be reading this in as little as 90 seconds from now!

This e-manual is downloadable instantly, so you have no shipping and handling costs, and no waiting for the mailman to arrive. That's another few dollars you can keep in your pocket.


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Wishing you years of productivity and health in your organic garden,
using your  Organic Food Gardening Beginner's Manual!

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