I am curious to know more about your take on fairy
stories in sustainable agriculture, such as homeopathy.
That seems like a paradigmatic-laden statement to me.
Perhaps you can qualify your scientific and/or anecdotal
point of view.
P.S. The peer-reviewed journal articles I deal with would hardly
qualify as anything so controversial as political pay-offs by
"corporations" or jury-rigged "good old boy review."
What is so difficult or controversial about old-fashioned review of
the vast majority of agricultural science articles like:
summer pruning of fruit trees, alternate bearing in pecans,
biological control in greenhouse vegetables, cool-season
forages, tissue culture of citrus, cattle weight gain on native
grasses, nitrogen contribution from winter cover crops, disease
suppressive composts, seasonal changes in floral composition on
the banks of Platte River in Nebraska, etc.
> GOD, THAT BURNS ME UP! I'm an iconoclast through and through! I'm not
> defending "the way things are". I think environmentally responsible
> agriculture, and Sanet are too important to get mired down in ridiculous
> misinformation and fairy stories (such as homeopathy, for example).
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