Indiana Organic Gardeners Association

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Indiana Organic Gardeners Association

Indiana Organic Gardeners Association comprises of group of backyard and market gardeners who make use of ecologically safe methods to culture safe food and naturally beautiful flowers, trees, and shrubs. IOGA is actively involved in promoting the use of earth friendly pest and disease controls and fertilizers, and to use organic methods such as composting that can help further in building and nourishing the soil. The members and friends of IOGA gather at quarterly meetings on the 3rd Saturdays of January, April, July, and October at several different locations and around the state. IOGA assists in sharing facts, tips, and techniques, as well as seeds, plants, flowers and produce whenever available. Meetings organized by IOGA are preceded by a “what works – what doesn’t” Q & A period, a short business meeting, delicious lunch, and an educational program and/or organic garden or farm tour. IOGA strives to educate people in the area of use of environmentally friendly methods of gardening, and to encourage the reduction of chemical dependency in gardens, lawns and farms. IOGA organizes and promotes the growth and use of natural, uncontaminated foods by means that can replace the use of toxic chemicals used in agriculture, gardening, and lawn care. It also organises events to educate people on how to protect the earth’s resources including soils, rivers, and lakes, which are harmed by the use of chemical pesticides and herbicides, and by the misuse of precious water. IOGA helps in highlighting the organic methods that stress on building the structure of the soil, and on using nontoxic, ecologically sound methods of controlling pests, weed and diseases. It organises several events in which other techniques such as composting, organic fertilizers, mulching, planting green manure cover crops, companion planting, and creating an environment that attracts natural insect predators are taught. 

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