Re: Medicine analogy
Karen Mundy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 10 Jun 1998 12:26:00 +0600
>Thank you for this message. I'm personally very tired of all the
bickering over organic. I was under the impression, perhaps mistaken, that
this listserve was sustainable ag., not just organic. Seems as if many
have lost sight of that.
>Good luck with your field day. k.
>At 10:36 PM 6/8/98 -0400, you wrote:
>>Yes, I see my medicine analogy has some holes. The point I was trying to
>>make is that we shouldn't compare farmers who use exhorbident amounts of
>>chemicals to those who use them sparingly. I've been able to reduce my
>>chemical usage to nearly half and I don't think it is fair to say that
>>I'm in the same camp as those who use full rates. Isn't this what
>>sustainable agriculture is all about? (as well as other aspects) Or is
>>the goal of sustainable ag to get everyone to be organic?
>>Attend our 5th annual Field day, July 29th. Check website for details!
>>"New Generation Cropping Systems": the cutting edge of sustainable
>>Cedar Meadow Farm
>>679 Hilldale Rd
>>Holtwood PA 17532 USA
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