“Organic” grown tomatoe’s “organic” vines?
I am sure it just means that they aren't "Certified" Organic. They're just trying to be more legally clear in a gray area. As long as the word Certified is not in front of Organic they are really probably already legal, though. They're just a little nervous. They are not being inspected by the government to be sure they are not using chemicals, etc.--but instead their customers "inspect" them, at their farm if they are so inclined or at least getting to know them more personally at their market.
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