Is organic farming economically beneficial or not explain?
organic farming related to commercial crops and also
No, because organic takes longer, costs more to maintain, and has a much shorter and smaller return rate. The worlds crops are normally scientifically formulated seeds from the Monsanto company. While not as tasty, nutritional, or beneficial as organic, its success rate is much higher and creates a lot more crops quicker. When organic crops fail the price for them rises to support the infrastructure of going from farmer to store shelf in time. If you never heard of Monsanto go watch some documentaries and check out articles about the company, as evil as it might be.
by sannyasinman 5 years ago
what are people (especially farmers) protesting about? Watch this . . . http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl … P4E#at=130
by Wesman Todd Shaw 7 years ago
I think that all of us who are aware of the dangers and intentions behind GMO "foods" well know that the health of the persons eating such "food" is never much the issue. We also know that the FDA will pass and legitimize things that it well knows are not safe for human...
by SparklingJewel 5 years ago
Who is going to defend the current administration and congress on this issue?how many more pockets will we allow to be lined by surrendering our own health and liberty?http://www.naturalnews.com/039668_Monsa … _GMOs.html
by Rod Martin Jr 3 years ago
Does GMO contamination confer ownership to Monsanto?If GMO pollen blows from a field with GMO crops into an organic (non-GMO) field, should Monsanto (or other patent holder) be allowed to sue the victim farmer for theft of their genetic property? This is already happening.If the victim farmer's...
by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
Do you believe there is no true organic farming in America being that every inch of soil has been...According to news reports, every inch of soil in America has been contaminated over the years, so there is no true organic farming. I guess raised beds is the way to go? Do you believe...
by threekeys 2 years ago
If you could be a Farmer, what would you have on your farm?I can't decide. I would either have a boutique winery, or, have a urban farm on a one acre plot selling organic veges/fruit to local cafes/restaurants. What about you?
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