On Thu, 18 May 2000, Steve Groff wrote:
> Ted Rogers wrote:
> > Sustainable and organically grown are becoming
> > less compatible terms by the hour.
> Ted is right. In the context of sustainability, organic agricaulture is too
> restrictive to allow for ideal sustainable expression. It's not a bad system by
I doubt you can back that one up. A lot of fancy words saying exactly
nothing. Its "farmers" like you who have tainted the term, coined years
ago when it truly meant organic, regenerative, natural and permanent,
sustainable agriculture; and now you can't let organic agriculture be.
You should consider a career with the Hudson Institute. I've watched your
pompous pronouncements here for years about how wonderful using roundup
is in achieving a "sustainable" form of agriculture. Pure BS.
> any means, but should not be held up as the ultimate goal of sustainability.
Organic _used_ to be "the ultimate goal of sustainability" until money
hogs of your ilk got into the act.
> Steve Groff
> "Enhancing (??) the Environment With Roundup"
> Cedar Meadow Farm
> 679 Hilldale Road
> Holtwood, PA 17532 USA
Lawrence F. London, Jr. Venaura Farm ICQ#27930345
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