PORT CHARLOTTE — For years and years each summer, Claudia Richardson grew bushels of vegetables up North, canning them for the long winter ahead. The secret to her success was to weed, water and woo her plants with love.
But when she arrived in Florida, supposedly a lush landscape conducive to all things green, her expectations did a double-take. Attacking hordes of white flies and nematodes wouldn’t allow her home garden to produce produce.
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