I congratulate you for your thought provoking insights. Your comment
about "Focusing on materials instead of healthy system management", is
right on the money. That is why I think the organic system as we know it
today is not the *ideal* we in agriculture should be striving for.
Granted, organics has lots of good practises to offer, of which I have
benefited greatly, but there is just too many things that are
unsustainable in this day and age.
Douglas Hinds wrote:
> Organic agriculture is simply a phase in a larger process that's far
> from over. It's been an important phase but may be close to having
> served it's purpose (if the world is now ready for the next and more
> comprehensive phase).
now that's a thought....I'm ready to move on!
-- Steve Groff
"Enhancing the Environment" http://www.cedarmeadowfarm.com/ Cedar Meadow Farm 679 Hilldale Road Holtwood, PA 17532 USA
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