Monday, August 24, 2009

Advantages of Planting Vegetable Gardens 4

A plantation of Douglas-fir in Washington, U.S.Image via Wikipedia

Help save the environment

Society wants to talk about going "green", well I can't think of a better way than to grow a garden. If commercially grown vegetables receive little demand from consumers, then commercial farmers will find no reason to expand their plantations. So there’s no need to cut down rain forests and devastate habitats of wild animals. Also, if demand is lowered farmers will use less pesticide and other harmful chemicals that pollute our rivers and the rest of the environment. You might feel that you as a concerned citizen cannot contribute that much positive impact on the environment by planting vegetable gardens. But imagine the difference made if everyone planted vegetables in their own yard.


Happy gardening,
--Greg

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