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Friday, May 14, 2010

Is it safe to eat lettuce amid E. coli outbreak?

By Dale Johnson

The above title is the title of the following article.

Answer: It is safe to eat my lettuce because I grew it myself.

We hope your spring garden is doing well whether it be a large backyard farm or deck container garden. We are eating out of our garden now and it is refreshing, particularly our various varieties of lettuce and spinach, untainted by E. coli. We have accomplished most of our garden goals this year and look forward to several months of fresh produce.



5 comments:

marisa said...

It looks like leafy greens are more dangerous than raw milk!

Becky said...

Gorgeous garden! I hope to have the space to have one that big one day :) It is very nice not to have to worry about the produce that comes from your own backyard :)

Leighanne said...

Dale, your garden looks amazing! can you come do ours for us? it's not nearly as big? i'm interested to see how your strawberries turn out, we bought a plant too, so we'll see.

Vikki and the Kid said...

Unbelievable that leafy greens have made it yet again to the "don't eat because you'll die" list. Glad our greens are growing!

Now... if the wind, hail, ice, and snow would just stop for a few months, I could get other plants into the ground!

Vikki at http://vikkisverandah.blogspot.com

Kanda said...

love the garden. I'll be visiting it June 2011, oh and you to