I think you're so far behind the curve that for you to attempt to compile
info like that is....well, maybe you have more free time on your hands than
I do. Try this resource;
over 20 years of proven organic research by real people in the real world.
has loads of good content and has been going a long time. I have a
couple of points to make.
1) There's room for more than one website about organic gardening.
This is also my hobby so I am learning as I go and I don't mind
spending the time.
2) My site is not a forum in the old style but a whole new concept
based on stackexchange. Some of the key differentiators between this
and conventional forums are in summary:
You can vote up answers that you believe are accurate. This means if
you find an answer you can see its score and judge if it is a good
answer or not. Users get reputation points for answering and asking
questions, this adds a competitive and addictive element. Questions
are organized by tags, which makes the site easily searchable and
more here http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/3703/stack-exchange-vs-discussion-forum
and here http://blogs.zdnet.com/weblife/?p=889
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