In his new book ‘The Super Organic Gardener’ Appleby explained how you have a thriving vegetable garden maintains, while you are faithful to a vegan lifestyle. He is convinced that animals have the right to be left alone to be and is especially important for the nature to give free rein. And therefore he comes with some of the recommendations that most gardeners strange in the ears will sound.also Read How (un)healthy is a vegan diet really? Sacrifice for insects
So advises Appleby to pesticide use, the insects do their thing to let go. He argues in particular also to snails, normally the nemesis of every only starting with growing vegetables, to embrace. “Vegans would prefer a plant to see perish than a snail kill”, sounds. With a ‘vega-garden’, you would possibly have an ecosystem can create a place where natural predators, such as birds, the slakkenpopulatie under control.
An insect hotel or a vogelvoederhuisje is out of the question. Things could be insects and birds traced back to “pets”, says Appleby. “If you voederhuisjes or vogelbadjes used, then transform your garden into your own zoo.” the
He says that it's much better to ensure that the local fauna to feed itself. For example, he advises to save or koolplantjes that you don't necessarily want to harvest. Who then act as “sacrifices” for snails or other critters, which hopefully your other plants.