We sell veggies at a local market. I finally got DH to quit with the store bought fertilizer and have been working my butt off amending the soil with compost. I have been telling folks that buy my veggies that I am trying to keep everything as organic as I can. Then came this year. I don't think there is an inch of the garden that DH didn't spray with Round-up. He even sprayed some 'weeds'and took out one of my best producing strawberry patches (the other good patch he decided to burn the weeds and killed it, too so all that is left are the escapees). Last year he mentioned spraying a bunch of weeds in the berry patch and I told him to keep the spray away from it. This year he sprayed a large section, I didn't find out until after the fact. Yes, there are a lot of weeds. Partly because he plants too much of everything and I am the only one pulling weeds in a garden that is well over 50,000 square feet. I keep trying to tell him to go for quality instead of quantity and to just mow the empty spots but he doesn't listen. Then when I am in the middle of trying to weed, he comes out and tells me that we should have dinner soon so I am supposed to quit to fix dinner. I just went out to the garden a bit ago and noticed that most of the weeds on my compost pile are dying. While it is dry here, I suspect that he sprayed Round-up on my compost pile. I am absolutely furious and now don't want to use that compost. Am I over-reacting or would you be furious, too? I don't want chemicals in the garden and have now lost all interest in it. I am ready to tell him that the only thing that I will have to do with the garden is the actual selling. Now what am I supposed to say when folks ask if I grow organically?