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View nonoLeRobot » 20/01/05, 18:06

Well I haven't read it yet but it seems interesting:

Non-food outlets for agriculture : https://www.econologie.com/agriculture-l ... -2881.html

Read also: https://www.econologie.com/le-role-de-l- ... -2456.html

If there are some who read it, it would be nice if they comment.
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View bilbo » 20/01/05, 21:07

the biofuels concerned are the "diesters" which consume more energy than they consume but which bring in a maximum for oil companies and polluting farmers
nothing to do with crude vegetable oils of sunflower and rapeseed which they are taxed of TIPP but which hardly consume energy for their manufacture
the biofuels defended by the FNSEA and the oil companies are supposed to be subsidized for the farmers and zero-rated for the oil companies: it is therefore the taxpayers who will pay as for nuclear electricity
Philippe: angry:
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View Christophe » 20/01/05, 21:15

I more or less agree with this remark but I must read the report in detail obviously before making my remarks! Because from what I have seen it speaks of a vegetable plastic which is a good thing right?
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View Blasil10 » 20/01/05, 21:23

To answer nonoLeRobot and in particular on agriculture, you can go to the site:
http://www.agriculture-de-conservation. ... 161204.php
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...... It gives farmers new reasons to work together, to reduce their costs and to explore new avenues: biofuels, biodegradable PVC, production of cellulose and renewable energy, etc., For example, a permanent land cover regulates water flows, regenerates biomass, captures carbon and injects it back into the soil. Grasslands and forests are the best carbon stocks. In this way, agriculture is fighting against global warming. So do not disturb the system too much by working the soil, hence the interest of zero tillage which preserves the biomass and promotes the reorganization and recycling of all organic waste. //
with a link indicating "site of the month": on:
http://www.agriculture-de-conservation.com/reseau.php
and what is the site of the month?
...... OK well guessed! :D
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View bilbo » 20/01/05, 21:26

I'm not saying it's not a good thing
it's not a good thing if it's subsidized
read also the part on hemp where it is clearly said that FNSEA farmers are ready to produce it if the subsidies are increased for this crop
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