dept of sociology
michigan state university
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> Subject: Pesticide analogies revisited
> Just a quick point: Up until roughly the 1940s we grew all our food
> without synthetic chemicals and had agricultural productivity equal to or
> greater than we currently have. Crop losses due to insects have only
> increased since we started using pesticides. (studies by Cornell
> University and USDA) Agriculture has been "organic" for most of human
> existence. The use of agrichemicals (and other chemicals of other types)
> and the corresponding exponential rise in cancer have occurred in only the
> past 50-60 years. We did fine without chemicals for millennia. Is it too
> late to reverse the trend?
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