Have you spotted a strange curling disease in your home-grown veg?

Poisoning by the pesticide aminopyralid is once again affecting small producers and amateur gardeners. George Monbiot is taking action on their behalf.
Growing food, for reasons I haven’t quite got to the bottom of, is an intensely emotional process. The satisfaction I get from harvesting a good crop bears no relationship to any value that crop possesses. I take more pride in my fruit and vegetables than in any of the work I do. When the slugs mow down my seedlings, or my watering system fails, or blight knackers my tomatoes, it throws me into a depression which sometimes lasts for days.

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