It's getting pretty easy to be green. From cars to clothes to coffee, almost every consumer product category now offers plenty of “green” or “sustainable” options for shoppers who would like to think that their purchases can help make a difference for the environment. Fruit and vegetable growers have always needed to take care of their land in order to enjoy any long-term success in farming. And, as “green” enjoys its newfound buzzword status, many growers are working to renew and ...
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