> I am working on a "national Issues" story about large scale agricultural
> production and sustainability. Can anyone help me with the following:
> * Is agribusiness sustainable? (it seems to depend who you talk to)
> * Are we really inviting disaster by depending on finite
> petrochemical resources for increased yields?
> * Are we leaving ourselves vulnerable to massive crop
> failures because homogenetic crops were unable to resist an
> unforseen menace?
> * Can electronic innovations be used in place of petrochemicals?
> * With our current methods, are we destroying the quality of our
> * Is organic food production a viable alternative? Other
> Am I missing any obvious questions? The discussion in this group is
> relevant, but I thought I'd throw out questions of my own.
> All replies are welcomed. Thanks for your help.
> Timothy C. Greenleaf / email@example.com
> Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
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