The growth of basil is a very basic, basic plant that requires no chemicals, no fertilizers, no pesticides and no herbicides.
There are no fancy, fancy seeds or pesticides to deal with.
It just needs a few simple ingredients, which is all it takes to grow it in your yard.
It’s not a complicated process, just one you have to get started with.
If you’re new to basil growing, I suggest starting with an older seed that is planted in spring or fall.
It will grow quickly and make a great source of basil.
However, if you want to grow basil in a more controlled, organic manner, you can always use basil bark, which grows best in early summer.
For more information on basil, check out my article, Growing Basil and Holy Basil.
I also have a section on basil growing.