Lindsay Schramm, owner of North End Organic Nursery, was forced in mid-July 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 in mid-July 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 in mid-July 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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