> Do you believe that irradiation is the best way to deal with the
> problems of industrial food production?
Of course not. It is a small issue. But, IMO, it is the right tool to
solve certain specific problems of food sanitation and safety.
What is interesting to me is the vitriolic response of the sustainable
ag folks. It is almost like this is (along with pesticides and maybe
GMO's) a sort of litmus test. Like you can't be an authentic
sustainable ag person if you accept it. I think that there is a
political root to all of this.
Wouldn't you say that the real driving force is resistance to
globalization and industrialization of agriculture, and that "high-tech"
ag is villified because it is a product of global industry?
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