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THE LEXICON OF SUSTAINABILITY

Unconventional Agriculture

  • Aired: 03/27/2014
  • 04:31
  • Rating: NR
Today, half the world’s food production—what we eat—depends on chemical fertilizers and herbicides. These are the foundation of Conventional Agriculture, but they pollute our soils, drinking water, waterways, and oceans. Unconventional farmers focus on building soil fertility by working with nature, not against it.
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