From: Dr. Asifo Ajuyah [email@example.com]
Hello Dan Hemenway,
Greetings from Samoa. Thanks for the answers to my questions, however your
answers did not clarify my pedestrian views nor rationalize the novel
concept of micro-farming in the Philippines. Jacky, I presume will not want
us to cross the road facing each other or deviate from the conference theme.
But tell me if you give excess plant produce to livestock as one of your
preservation or conservation strategies when you get up hill you will run
into demand and supply problems remember in a place like the Philippines
protein of animal origin make-up less than 10% of the average person's diet.
You also said one system will build the other system, is it possible for you
to schematize all or pertinent systems of the 'micro-farm' in a flow chart?
so that I can understand this excellent concept.
We have heard about the Songhai project in the Republic of Benin, the
projects in Bali, Nepal, Colombia and now the Philippines what are their
commonalties? or linkages? can a bridge be drawn across all projects?. I
will say that we seem to have more questions and less answers or more clouds
with no rain.
Have a nice day.
Asifo O. Ajuyah (Ph.D.)
Internet Conference on Material Flow Analysis of Integrated Bio-Systems (March-Oct 2000)
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