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Logo Check Your Dirt NCThis informative survey is for gardeners in North Carolina who want to:

The information you provide about your garden will help identify potential risks of soil contaminants in your garden and provide advice about how to keep yourself and other gardeners safe while gardening and eating food grown in the garden. We’ll ask you in what county your garden is located, the history of the site, how your garden is managed, and who gardens.

RED Answers indicate factors that can increase the risk of exposure to contaminants in the garden.

GREEN Answers are factors that can reduce the risk of exposure.

When you complete the survey a report is generated with your results and other useful information that you can keep!

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If you have any difficulty answering the questions, your local Extension office/agent may be able to help.

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If you're a North Carolina resident with a question about a topic on this site, your local N.C. Cooperative Extension office can help.

Contact your local county center.

Written By

Lucy Bradley, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionDr. Lucy BradleyConsumer and Community Horticulture Professor and Extension Specialist Call Dr. Lucy Email Dr. Lucy Horticultural Science
NC State Extension, NC State University
Updated on Nov 9, 2021
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