Organic gardening is a great way to produce vegetables naturally at home. With the fear of residual pesticides on food and harmful chemical sprays or injections for ripening of fruits, there is an ever-growing interest among people to grow vegetables at home. There may time and space constraints but some herbs and veggies may just need little space and care.
Tomatoes, chilies, and peppers make your food delicious and we always need them around. These are very easy to grow any time of the season. Seasonally, Spinach, peas, radishes, carrots, cucumber, eggplant, and squashes can also be easily grown in the pots.
Mint, curry leaves, basil, coriander, lemongrass, thyme, rosemary, parsley, fenugreek, drill are some of the herbs that can be grown easily in pots.
Vegetables are prone to fungal infections for which they will need treatment of garlic oil or neem oil spray. Vinegar, baking soda, chamomile tea, milk or cinnamon sprays also help. Plucking off to get rid of the infected leaves and plants is very important.