>another version of this thread) is that when vegetables are grown
>side-by-side on the same soil (the only difference being fertility)
>the mineral content _may_ be very close. That's one aspect of organic
But isn't this precisely one difference between organic and chemical
farming? The organic farmer improves the soil while the chemical
farmer destroys the soil. You can't therefore insist on "same soil"
conditions, because the soils will become very different between
organic farms and chemical farms.
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