Originally posted by MBF
One year, I left my entire squash crop in the field. The year before, it was sold for $1.76/box. The box cost me $.75, labor to harvest was
$2.89/box, cooling cost $.50/box and commissions was $.18. See where this went in a hurry? This doesn't include seed, fertilizer, chemicals,
irrigation, machinery, land, repairs or even my labor.
Some of what the green crowd and NWO folks say in their sustainability
papers have some merit, but they have some darker agendas hidden
amongst the good.
Local crops for local ppl, Permaculture, less beef and pork.
Soy is not really a good idea though, if you do a little research
it often causes problems for some ppl.
Fruits, veggies, grains, chicken, fish, and keep it local.
Right now Tomatoes from south america are transported to china to
be made into tomato paste and be canned and shipped to the US.
It is a huge waste of fuel.
You can see the huge benefits by watching the film reversing diabetes
in 30 days, and the film One man, One Cow, One Planet - how to
save the world.
Permaculture and Biodynamic agriculture.
Better to find a way to grow it here, not can it at all, and distribute it here.
Start an organic farm or garden, contact organic growers in your area,
and get away from chemical farming forever.
Coops need to make a huge comeback and ppl can trade one food
for another at a farmers market.
Big Agra, Big Pharma, and Big Chem can rot in hell.
Time to vote with your wallets.
The corporations only care for there profits.
The ppl burning crops sounds like some of the things done by stalin
to the ppl of the Ukraine, they are recycling tyranny again.