I think you have a good point concentrating on the cost of
certification. You wrote something months before on how the chemical
users should have to pay, not organic farmers, since they're the ones
contaminating our soil, water and air. It should be that the destroyers
pay and the preservers get credits.
But how about charging the producers of the chemicals rather than the
farmers? This would shift the burden to the responsible source and the
higher prices would mean less chemicals used out of economic necessity.
But, alas! This will never be for 2 reasons:
1. Mainly, the chemical/agriculture/food industry complex will never let
that happen. They own a good share of Congress.
2. We have a tradition of punishing the lawful for the lawless. You and
I pay taxes for the police & court systems, not the criminals. And
that's what the producers of killing technology are- criminals.
But keep on writing and sharing your unique points of view. We need
more of this going on.
> Forced Fees and forced paper work and forced searches and forced
> regestration(like a sex offender) year after year just because u want
> to grow and sell organic food.
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