> Just to let everyone know, I strongly believe the same way as
> Gene Logsdon on organic production. The standards should be
> so strong that none of the big companies ever want to join in
> organic production.
That's an interesting and revealing position. The bottom line in your
vision of "organic" agriculture is social and political, not biological.
IMO, trying to keep the aggressive entrepreneurs out of the game will be
counterproductive. If there is money to be made in this business,
entrepreneurs, small, and maybe large, will be interested. The real meaning
of what you are saying is that you want to make the standards restrictive
and contrived enough to keep real wages of organic farmers at about four
dollars an hour.
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