In short, root-eating maggots have developed reistance to the
designer corn intended to "control" them. Some farmers are turning to
new varieties of designer corn to which the bugs are not (yet)
resistant; others are turning to insecticides. Ironically, simple crop
rotation is a highly effective control measure. Life sure is full of
surprises, ain't it?
alfalfa is GMO now, i'm sure it won't be long
before it gets some sort of subsidy...
tax poisons, tax groundwater depletion, tax
pollution, use that money to put land into
organic production, support inner city agriculture
and restoration of clean groundwater, soil and
take a portion of that money and put it into
a trust fund that generates income, that income
is spent on offsetting property taxes for small
operations in the inner cities.
Brace yourself, a hoard of corporate entitlement lobbyists, masquerading
as loon, will be along soon to tell you taxes kill jobs, and that you
must be a socialist for wanting to redistribute wealth. If I would
rather have polluted air, water, soil, and money, that's my American
right. If other people want clean air, water, soil let them go buy it
with their money, and without me.
"When you give food to the poor, they call you a saint. When you ask why
the poor have no food, they call you a communist."
- Archbishop Helder Camara
their children's/grand children's/great grandchildren's
taxes will be huge in comparison when they have to pay
for more health-care and all the destroyed infrastructure
and defenses along the coasts, but i guess that is good
honest clean work and they don't mind the lost property
and the forced relocations of peoples...
however, this is wandering far afield from edible
perhaps the study of floating gardens would be more
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