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Benefits of Complexity

Excerpt by – Elaine R. Ingham

Biological complexity of a soil system can affect processes such as nutrient cycling, the formation of soil structure, pest cycles, and decomposition rates. 379 more words

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Our Food is Poisoned! And We have been Misled by the Myths about Organic.

The shiny-looking food we bring from supermarkets or even good old sabzi mandi is poisoned.

I don’t need to make that point all over again. This  1,491 more words

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Going Organic in Sikkim, India . . . . Results Are In

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Sikkim is a small North Eastern state which borders Tibet, China and Bhutan. It is famous for its spectacular landscapes.  Now it is known  for this recognition on   World Environment Day. 14 more words

A farmer reflects: “corporate leviathans threaten the rural economy . . . export expertise not food”

James Odgers’s letter to the Financial Times addresses the assumption that all economic growth must be good. He opens:

“Unbridled corporate power is at the heart of an ever-fiercer anger felt by many, and by millennials in particular, who view the growth and influence wielded by large corporations as malignant rather than benign. 561 more words

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Where The Past Meets The Present

Toronto is great and each day we discover more about the cultural diversity and the history of Toronto such as Fort York that is located in the heart of downtown. 229 more words

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DA7 urges farmer groups to go organic farming

By Jennifer C. Tilos

The Department of Agriculture (DA) in Central Visayas has urged farmer groups and even the youth to support its organic farming program. 375 more words

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