From pesticides to organic farming, how one farm made the switch

Read the full story in the Daily Record.

For nearly 90 years Woodlyn Acres Farm used non-organic fertilizers and pesticides on its crops.

That all changed three years ago when third-generation farmer Scott Myers and his father made the switch to organic farming, which uses no genetically engineered seeds or feed, or synthetic fertilizers, according to the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association.

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