Is organic farming really safe?

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Re: Is organic farming really safe?

by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 14/11/23, 17:38

"New age" : roll: ... what is "new age" historically is the era of everything chemical, mechanical, shitty. Organic has always been and has only been organic in agriculture. You have the same reflexes as the Trumpian idiots who have flourished since the covid crisis.
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Re: Is organic farming really safe?

by Janic » 14/11/23, 18:05

agrobiology is not in crisis, what is in crisis is society as a whole and by implication organic farming too. Real regular consumers of organic products continue to stock up on them, crisis or not. At most there is a reduction in processed/pleasure products. which represent the majority of sales in supermarkets, but not for unprocessed or minimally processed products which are the basis of true organic consumption, from the organic market in specialized stores as well as in direct sales.
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