Naturally grown raspberries from our organic garden

Jan 31
Yesterday, we harvested fresh raspberries (see photo below) from the raspberry plants that are naturally growing at the borderline of our organic garden. [caption id="attachment_312" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Wild raspberries picked from naturally grown plants in our organic garden"]"Wild raspberries"[/caption] These raspberries are delicious and can be considered 100% organic because they are grown on the border of our organic garden in which we do not apply any chemical fertilizers as a food source for our vegetable plants and chemical insecticides for the control of insect pests. In our organic vegetable garden we use only compost as a nutrient source for plants. As an alternative to chemical pesticides, we use entomopathogenic nematodes as biological control agents to manage insect pest problem in our organic garden.

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