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I am not really a gardener, but this year I am using a corner from my mother-in-law’s backyard. Here is a though that has bugged me for a while: the reason I (and most of the people I know) decide on gardening is because I want once again believed in the food I eat. I want to smell the tomato or a cucumber and I want my food to be clean. However, any time I think about plant food, I wonder, how come not all of it is natural, clean, and organic? I understand that certain chemicals in plant food ensure that produce doesn’t get attacked by bugs, but if the bug won’t eat it, why should I?
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I think it sounds logical that the plant food should satisfy all this qualities (natural, no artificial additive, easy to apply), before it gets close to my food. And I if I am making a clean food commitment by working hard in my garden, I won’t accept anything less than that from my plant food. I am looking forward to a day we pick tomatoes from the backyard – I know they will be delicious.
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