There’s a great story about growing organic apples in the New York Times this morning. Apparently many “experts” believe it’s impossible to grow them without pesticides but this farmer figured it out. We can’t grow apples in Florida, but neem works wonders on citrus and other fruit trees.
Here’s the link: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/17/garden/growing-apples-without-pesticides.html
Do any of our readers have success stories they’d like to share?
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I developed a horrible chemical sensitivity in the early 1990s that made it impossible for me to risk exposure to anything toxic. Neem offered an alternative that would let me continue to garden and live with a house full of dogs.