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Lukaskiewicz

May 06, 2022

One of the obvious benefits of gardening for the environment is the supply of oxygen as a result of photosynthesis. However, plants have so many other benefits to our environment. For instance, they provide coolness to the environment. If there are fewer plants, the sun's energy would be so much that we would have to keep our air conditioners turned on all the time. As a result, the cost of using electronics will increase. But if you have trees and plants in your area, it will have a natural cooling effect in your house as it will block the sun's energy from coming into your house. Gardening plants will also reduce the need to head to the grocery store to buy fruits and vegetables. You will be saving a lot of time, energy, money, and fuel.  

Amelia2

May 15, 2022

It's like living in the countryside, it's much more polluting and it produces much more CO2 than living in the city. (requires traveling by car, often alone, maintenance of water networks, electricity, postal services, roads, heating a house requires more energy per person than a building, logistics of consumer goods,

Afterwards, if you are independent and have a real old-fashioned vegetable garden to harvest 100kg of potatoes and onions a year like grandpa and you only eat that with the eggs from your chicken coop, and suddenly you never go shopping or almost, so why not, certainly even.

But me with my three peppers and my 5kg of cherry tomatoes per year using I don't know how many m3 of fleet, and killing my back, nah, it's not beneficial for the environment, but it's nice.

Syeda_zaidi098

May 15, 2022

Cultivating cleans the air and soil.

As per U.S. Green Technology, plants take in carbon dioxide from the climate and produce oxygen as a side-effect of their respiratory and photosynthetic cycles. Through this interaction, plants retain any synthetic substances, microscopic organisms, or destructive components drifting on the breeze, which they then, at that point, channel into valuable side-effects like water and oxygen.


Plant attaches additionally help to take in any deviant synthetic compounds or weighty metals that may be prowling in your dirt. Taking into account how profound mankind's carbon impression is nowadays, something that removes CO2 and destructive synthetic compounds could be thought of as accommodating for the climate.

Geroge.09

May 16, 2022

One of the obvious benefits of gardening for the environment is the supply of oxygen as a result of photosynthesis. However, plants have so many other benefits to our environment. For instance, they provide coolness to the environment. If there are fewer plants, the sun's energy would be so much that we would have to keep our air conditioners turned on all the time. As a result, the cost of using electronics will increase. But if you have trees and plants in your area, it will have a natural cooling effect in your house as it will block the sun's energy from coming into your house. Gardening plants will also reduce the need to head to the grocery store to buy fruits and vegetables. You will be saving a lot of time, energy, money, and fuel.Gardening cleans the air and soil.

Through this process, plants absorb any chemicals, bacteria, or harmful elements floating on the breeze, which they then filter into useful waste products like water and oxygen. Plant roots also help to take in any errant chemicals or heavy metals that might be lurking in your soil 

Jimmy

May 17, 2022

How can you clean up your vegetable garden? It all depends on the pollution in question. How is gardening good for the environment? Gardening is not good for the environment It is even the opposite. That's a lot of energy for little output. It's like living in the countryside, it's much more polluting and it produces much more CO2 than living in the city. (requires traveling by car, often alone, maintenance of water networks, electricity, postal services, roads, heating a house requires more energy per person than a building, logistics of consumer goods, etc., etc…) Afterwards, if you are independent and have a real old-fashioned vegetable garden to harvest 100kg of potatoes and onions a year like grandpa and you only eat that with the eggs from your chicken coop, and suddenly you never go shopping or almost, so why not, certainly even. But me with my three peppers and my 5kg of cherry tomatoes per year using I don't know how many m3 of fleet, and killing my back, nah, it's not beneficial for the environment, but it's nice. 

Taylor.ni

May 17, 2022

Well, as per the definition of gardens, they are outdoor spaces planned for display, planting, or for ornamental purposes. Plants are used in gardens to make them look attractive. Gardens do not have as much impact on the environment as natural forests. But they have a lot of positivity. For example, we know what to use in our garden while growing fruits or vegetables, and we definitely avoid the use of chemicals like pesticides and herbicides. Therefore, on a very small scale, gardens reduce the use of chemicals that are harmful to the environment and humans. If the gardens are indoor, they can maintain the indoor temperature of the house to the maximum extent. And grow their food in the gardens. Since other vegetables are frequently transported using fuel and polluting the environment, cultivated vegetables have no equal. 

Habib_haider

May 17, 2022

People look to the garden for a variety of reasons. Filling the open space of the garden, enhancing the attractiveness of the roadside, satisfying the personal desire to create, and even participating in the many health benefits it offers are all good reasons for the garden. But what many  are unaware of is how wonderful these activities are for the environment.
 Gardening affects everything from the air we breathe to minimizing the  carbon dioxide emissions we leave behind. If you have a place to plant, even  a container in the courtyard, use that place to participate in contributing to a healthy environment.

04harshal

May 19, 2022

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By gardening we can clean the place and whatever the waste matter we have collected we can use the R3 rule that is reduce reuse and recycle. Whatever the waste matter is you just reduce it by gardening. Next is you can use some of the things as a decorative item and whatever thing is left you just recycle