Lindsay Schramm, owner of North End Organic Nursery, was forced last week to remove bottles of horticultural vinegar from the shelves of her store on Chinden Boulevard in Garden City, after the Idaho State Department of Agriculture informed her the extra-strength vinegar was not registered as an herbicide.
Lindsay Schramm, owner of North End Organic Nursery, was forced last week to remove bottles of horticultural vinegar from the shelves of her store on Chinden Boulevard in Garden City, after the Idaho State Department of Agriculture informed her the extra-strength vinegar was not registered as an herbicide. Kyle Green/file photo kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Lindsay Schramm, owner of North End Organic Nursery, was forced last week to remove bottles of horticultural vinegar from the shelves of her store on Chinden Boulevard in Garden City, after the Idaho State Department of Agriculture informed her the extra-strength vinegar was not registered as an herbicide. Kyle Green/file photo kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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