If you are into all organic food and don’t want to risk buying some GMO or vegetables spread with chemicals, here are 11 easiest garden vegetables to grow.
Agriculture was one of the first industries since the beginning of the human kind, but it later became more and more industrial but left out in a way because of all technological improvements and development. People see themselves as too qualified to be working in a field and find it as the last option when they have no one to turn for a job. So, instead of bringing the fresh vegetables and the fruit from our own garden at the table, we are giving a lots of money in the supermarkets for the ’fresh’ and frozen vegetables and fruits that we are certain that is grown in some factory or have been spread with all sorts of chemicals during the production.
Even when we go to the farmer’s market, we can’t be sure which fruit was grown completely natural, but, for some reason, we go for the nicest-looking ones even though we say that these exactly are the ones that have the most injected substances. But almost none of us ever considers planting our own garden. And why is that? We can’t say that we don’t have enough time to do it because of our jobs. Our parents and grandparents also worked in some industries but had the time to get on the field whenever they were supposed to and there was always fresh food on the table. So, let’s be honest, what holds us back? The lack of knowledge? Embarrassment maybe? For some reason, especially young people tend to make fun of their peers who decide to spend their lives working in the field and look at them as the lost causes that couldn’t find any better job or finish school in the first place.
But if you are concerned about the lack of knowledge in working in the field, that is actually the last thing you should think about. Anyone can do it, especially the ones we most frequently have on our table. Believe it or not, many of them don’t require that much care. All you need to do is to prepare the field and plant it with occasional water provider if there is no rain for a few days and, of course, to track the dates of planting. Most of them are seasoning plants and, if you can’t provide them some inside environment where you can provide them the same weather, humidity, and the light, some bought field or even the back of your garden will be enough.
So let’s have a look at 11 easiest garden vegetables to grow.