Conventional gardening uses integrated pest management and chemical pesticides to combat weeds and pests. It uses chemical fertilizers to feed the plants and tends to dominate the landscape into collection of attractive plants. Conventional gardening focuses on the garden itself as the outcome.
As in the case of Organic gardening, it uses smart landscape health management practices to avoid weeds and pests problems in the first place. Organic gardening uses organic fertilizers, organic matter and microbial inoculants to feed the soil food web. Organic gardening is about working with nature to create a thriving ecosystem teeming with biological diversity. Organic gardening is about working with nature and incorporating a garden to flourish with healthy organic fruit and vegetables.