It doesn’t appear that there are any vegetables that can’t be grown organically. This is because growing anything organically is only a matter of not letting any pesticides, heavy metals, paint, or chemicals get to your plants while they are growing and providing them with an appropriate supply of nutrients from compost.
Generally, no. As Genetically Modified vegetables are usually changed to make higher yield, or to bring forth certain traits in fuller fashion. Even cross-breeding vegetables and fruits can be done without the aid of GM seeds.
Vegetables were grown organically for thousands of years before our modern-day mass food market. Now we rely on GMO’s and chemical preparations because they increase yield on a mass scale. People grew organically on small farms for thousands of years and utilized techniques such as crop rotation and organic pesticide treatments.
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