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A lot of people are talking about organic soil nowadays. If you check out various Internet blogs and discussion boards, you will see a considerable amount of information floating about it. Perhaps you are planning to use organic soil for your farm. Is it a good idea then? Basically, what is organic soil? It is soil that has been kept away from the addition of any organic fertilizer and chemicals of any other sort such as pesticides, insecticides, fungicides, bactericides, etc.
When the world wearies and society fails to satisfy, There is always the garden. ~ Minnie Aumonier Wild arugula flowering in my garden. The seed catalogs have been arriving almost daily for weeks; the earth and air are beginning to warm. Spring is near, or maybe even here, and it’s the time when vegetable gardeners feel as though the year has really started. The picture to the left is of wild arugula (which I planted several years ago), that reseeds itself and comes back every spring, and finds new places in my yard and garden to call home. I look at it more than use it.
1 Depuis 2008, plus de la moitié de la population mondiale habite en ville (UNFPA, 2007). Face aux problèmes soulevés par le phénomène de l’urbanisation, l’ONU propose, à travers de nombreux rapports, la notion de ville viable. Cette notion s’inscrit dans un champ plus large, celui de développement durable. Ce dernier tend à corréler les dimensions économique, sociale et environnementale et se dote d’un outil de mise en application avec l’Agenda 21 local.