Lawrence London wrote:
> No-till and uses Roundup.
So?? At least he's advocating a process for many farmers who just can't go
organic/sustainable to the nnth degree overnight. Even organic
certification programs allow for transitions.
>Anyone can do that. No accomplishment whatsoever. NOT organic.
Actually, it is an accomplishment--its harder than it appears. Real
farmers, with real farming experience know this. It takes work, tinkering,
research & luck to get any farming method to work. He doesn't claim to be
organic, nor does this list.
>His pompous pronouncements here in sanet are like spittle in the face of
those who >have stuck with pure organic farming for the long haul.
Like your pompous statements?? Spittle in the face of sustainable farmers
who are trying & tolerant.
> As I said, notill, living mulch, high productivity: easy with Roundup.
If Round Up were the miracle ag chemical you claim it is, making farming so
damn easy, why isn't agriculture attracting more farmers??
> Hope those Chinese diplomats are reading sanet today.
I hope not. I'd be embarrassed for them to read your rude post.
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