By Dianne Venetta, GalTime Garden Guru
Spots and Rot They have spots, holes, discoloration… Quickly leafing through the pages of your garden encyclopedia, you check for images with similar markings-anything that might give you an indication as to what could be happening.
Ha! Found something. Scanning the description, you learn you have some sort of fungus. Fungus. Ugh. Now what? I'm organic. I can't spray anything on my vegetables-I have to eat those things!
You're correct to be alarmed. Whatever you spritz on your leaves you may as well spritz on your tongue. It all ends up in the same place, right?
That is one of the main reasons I like to garden organically.
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