Grow your own produce

NC State University Cooperative Extension Service has published a four page brochure “Be Healthy, Grow what you eat” that says vegetables and fruits that you grow in your home garden often are superior in quality, freshness and taste than those in the grocery store. Just-picked freshness
and the satisfaction of growing your own produce may renew the desire in both you and your children to eat more vegetables and fruits.

The brochure offers ideas for plantings, selecting a garden site, maintenance and pest management.


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