Admittedly, the book does leave a guilt trip. A truly organic gardener has to control every aspect of their garden from the sourcing of seeds and fertilizer, to how one harvests. It would be impossible for a new gardener to implement all of the philosophies needed to truly be organic at one time. Perhaps a gradual evolution would be a better approach. It gave me a new appreciation for the cost of organic store products and organic farmers. I also came to the realization that occasionally some pesticide is necessary or my cabbage and brussel sprouts would be ravaged by bugs yet again.
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