sunmoonriver at windstream.net
Tue Jun 9 17:40:36 EDT 2009
I am glad we do not farm anywhere near each other.my crops and honeybee's
would be contaminated with your GMO pollen. That would not be good for my
land.my business or our bee's! GMO's are what are going to wreck the
environment and natural farming all together if not eradicated!
Nothing against you personally, just your choice of farming
I will argue that some GMO crops DO have their place. I have 160 acres of
bottom lands that I know till. Every year the weed base is replenished. A
GMO corn or soybean does allow me to make use of this land. I could
cultivate the weeds or try to choke it with a cover crop. All of it has
been tried. We do a single herbicide spray to kill competing plants and
that is it. No pesticides and no other fertilizers.
In other areas we do not use the same seed and do Non-GMO.
I would, literally, be impossible for us to farm this land without GMO seed
We use a fraction of the fuel that most large scale organic production uses
too farm the same number of acres and do not irrigate at all. Both of which
are a massive drain on resources, are polluters, and wreck the environment.
Which is the lesser of two evils? I do not have the answer to that.
Carriage House Farm
North Bend, Ohio
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