Carson City, NV, October 01, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- A Home and Garden America spokesperson recently talked about the efforts of the Company to educate people on the positive effects of raising their own food in a backyard garden. Given that most Americans are into quick and easy meals from either a fast food chain or the freezer department of their local supermarket, the public needs to be educated on why it is worth the time tradeoff to raise some of their food at home.
Growing vegetables in a home garden doesn't require nearly the amount of effort most people imagine. With organic growing techniques coupled with vertical gardening, the weed and insect problems are nearly negligible and that is what most people associate with the time it takes in growing a garden.
The Internet is a marvelous thing when it comes to educating ones self about the benefits and ease of gardening. People are constantly sharing tips, tricks and secrets that they have used to successfully grow their own food in small spaces with very little time involved. Picking up on that information can sometimes be a bit tricky and time consuming.
"That's what we decided to do for our readers," commented Chuck Harmon, CEO of Home and Garden America, "try to locate the best of the best on the subject of organic gardening and healthy foods and bring it onto our blog so people can access it quickly and easily from one location. Instead of people having to do a Google search and then wade through mountains of materials looking for the good stuff, we've brought it right into their computer for easy access anytime they want or need it," Harmon added.
"One of the finest authorities on this subject is Dr. Mercola and so, naturally, he is one of the people we have imported content from and we have credited all that content directly to him as a matter of respect and honest practices."
More information is available on the Home and Garden America web site.
Chuck Harmon enjoys writing consumer information material on a wide range of products and his work in the gardening arena is no exception. His interest in Victory Gardens came about from trying to find better tasting vegetables.