Friday, March 31, 2000, 9:50:50 AM, you wrote:
GG> This is an interesting thread, and I've generally held the same opinion
GG> voiced by Bart about the various types of "foo-foo dust." However, I was
GG> impressed by the extent to which the Cubans seem to be researching and
GG> producing "biofertilizers," including cultures of mixed strains of
GG> free-living azotobacter, and one called "fosforina," that includes both
GG> bacteria and fungi, to improve phosphorus availability.
That's a specific goal, accomplished using organisms whose identities
are being defined. This is science in the public benefit, to produce
better ag production systems that are freely repeatable, not a rip off.
GG> I went to Cuba in February with the Food First sponsored tour of
GG> sustainable agriculture--I strongly recommend it for anyone who
GG> wants a taste of what's possible when "the establishment" truly
GG> (for whatever reason) gets behind sustainable agriculture.
GG> Anyone out there have experience with the Cuban products?
Not yet. But it's less difficult to do from here.
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