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It made sense until ' by using no pesticides ' .

How does she not use pesticides to borrow a book... ?

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No, the sentence "Sharon borrowed a book about gardening from her mother by using no pesticides" is not incorrect.

Specifically, the actions of borrowing and using do not connect or follow logically in this context. It might work if the sentence conveyed the notion that Sharon mother's lent the book because of her daughter's not relying upon pesticides. But according to the currently conveyed situation, a correct rendering would be as follows: "Sharon borrowed her mother's book on gardening without the use of pesticides."

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