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tender plant matter. It also provides us with

organic fertiliser and the water in which

these delicate plant are brought back from

extinction. This is all great but, we need

to be assured that our products are organic,

so how do we check to make sure that our

products are as good as it gets? Is it even

possible to be organic?

Let's dig a little deeper into the world

of organic gardening and see how we can be

sure that what we plant is completely

natural and safe.

Organic foods are, and have been, grown

for thousands of years. Today there are

also regulations that govern what you can

and can't plant. There are no chemicals,

manure or insecticides used in organically

produced foods. There are rules and

regulations that dictate what can be

happened in terms of what can be planted

and what needs to be sprayed.

The term 'organic' is based on the word

'oikos', Greek for 'home', and, by extension,

the word is applied to any food produced

in the home. It can also be applied to

fertilisers or herbicides.

Fertilisers and manures aren't organic

because they have never been part of the

horticultural industry. Herbicides are

often called toxic chemicals because they

can be poisonous but, by their very nature,

they are not. Herbicides, fungicides and

other treatments that are applied to plants

are all in some way classified as synthetic


There are very few pesticides that are

toxic and there are many herbicides and

fungicides that are completely harmless.

If a natural product works, then it will

work just as well on organic vegetables and

fruit as it will on conventional

vegetables and fruit.

So, what are organic?

Organic farming is the best way to

conserve nature, to maintain an organic

vegetable or fruit garden.

For this reason, organic farming is

better for the environment. It's not the

ideal because of the fact that the

farmers aren't using all natural

products. They are using synthetic


If it was easy for farmers to make the

transition from conventional farming to

organic farming, then it would be done

everywhere. The reason that it hasn't been

done everywhere is because it's not

actually that difficult to do.

The government is trying to introduce

the 'Certified Organic' logo to help

farmers make the transition and encourage

them to think of themselves as an

organic farmer.

There are also a few other organic

certification schemes that go beyond the

Certified Organic brand.

There is an organisation that is

responsible for this programme of

organically produced foods. It is called the

UK Government.

The UK government has said that a lot

of food sold in the UK is grown

organically, and they are trying to

encourage more farmers to produce

organic food.

Now, is there anything wrong with this?

To understand what is really going on here, we have to consider

that an organic farm is a more or less,

a completely sustainable farm.

But, to grow things organically you

need specialised, complicated equipment.

For instance, if you're trying to grow

organic tomatoes, then you need a

sprinkler system that sprays the

ground around the plants with water to

avoid the plants getting dry and


If the soil in your garden is so

composted that the organic matter in

it is so high that you can water and

spray it around all day, then you don't

need to grow your organic tomatoes by

spraying the ground all around.

There are also pesticides and

fertilisers that are only certified

organic, which means they are

harmless, as they're grown from

harmless ingredients.

These pesticides can be quite useful

because they're effective and not

harmful to people and other species,

but they are quite difficult to use,

as they're only certified organic.

Now organic products, on the other

hand, are usually more expensive.

If you buy a cheaper version of an

organic product, you don't know if it

was certified organic.

So it's good that people are trying to

get people to buy the more expensive,

certified organic products.

I think organic food is good for you.

It doesn't harm people, it doesn't harm

any living things, but organic

products are quite hard to use, so

they're not available to many


I think organic food is a little bit

expensive because the organic

products you buy are a little bit more

expensive, but I like organic food.

There are so many benefits to

eating organic food.

Eating organic food has been shown to

be good for your health and for the


Organic food isn't toxic to people,

but it isn't toxic to people and other


And it doesn't harm you.

If you want to know if your food is

organic, you can go on an organic

supplier's website,

and look on the back of the label and

ask what it's organic.

I think organic food is important, but

for me to buy organic food, I think

I'm spending a bit too much.

If you can only afford to buy a

little bit of organic food,

I think you should, but I don't think

that you can't eat any amount of

organic food.

Sometimes you can't tell that some

products are organic,

so you can go on the internet,

and look up organic products.

Some of the best, cheaper, and

available organic products are from


Like most countries, China is quite

susceptible to contamination

of their food with chemicals.

China is, I think, the worst.

If you look on the internet,

China is the worst,

because of Chinese food,

the Chinese food is everywhere.

So, if you see a product on the

internet that is from China,

but it says organic,

then I think that is safe.

I don't think that it is safe.

I don't think that any of these

products are safe.

I think that if you buy food online

from a food supplier,

you can't know the chemical

contamination of the products.

I think that organic food is good for

the environment, because it is better

for us to grow food in a way that is

not harmful to us.

We can do it, and grow a more healthy


Because we have more resources, we can

grow food in a more sustainable way.

Not all the


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