If you haven't started your summer garden and your nights are above 55 degrees, time to get on it. This is a sure fire way to avoid those nasty GMO's and the high prices of Organic Vegetables.....GROW YOUR OWN.
It's not as difficult as you think and the rewards far outweigh a little work. Besides, the vitamin D you'll get from the sun is an added benefit.
This year I'm planting these vegetables for my starter. I will fill in with others later, but these are all from seeds. You notice I say planted by the number. Starting from the packets of seeds I number each one. When I put my seeds in the starter tray I number them to coincide with the seed packets. When I move them to individual pots I number them as well. I keep using this method all the way to the final planting.
What I do is plot out where I'm going to plant what type of vegetable and then each hole is numbered. When I actually plant the vegetable I assign the plant number to the whole number. For example if the first five holes are tomatoes I would put the hole number with the tomato type number. Holes 1-5 (3) for Black Krim. That's just the way I've been doing it so I don't have to buy stakes every year. I've also gone so far as to do an elaborate plot map (example at the bottom of the page) wherein I put everything on the map the way it is situated in the garden. A lot of work but I had fun doing it. The reason I want to know the names of the plants instead of just "tomato" is that the prolific and great tasting ones will be used again. I always like Mr. Stripey so I always plant it.
Have fun, keep it organic, baby it, learn to cook with it and best of all, eat it.