Amateur Gardening

Editor's Note

“Do you garden organically, or do you stand? We are pro-organic, but accept that many readers want to have greater control and so we inform them of what is available and how best to use it. This week, Tim has advice on weed control (page 48) and Ruth writes about organic gardening on pages 4 and 5. It’s all a question of choice.”

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