Recent comments by: Gerhard Grasser

Agribusiness

All the more reason to be looking at making and using compost to keep nutrients cycling in our food production systems. Compost and compost teas made from organic materials such as food processing by-product (waste) and human by-product (waste) heralds the new era of biological farming where the pressure on the demands of the world's resources can be reduced and the already locked up nutrients in the soil released into the food chain. Scientifically based and practically proven biological farming ticks many boxes in environmental benefits, including carbon sequestration, soil health and productive capacity - but does no favours to suppliers of mined or manufactured inputs except reduce their demand.

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The view of the PGA on this issue suggests that they also believe that the earth is flat. At
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And Rural Realist WAFF are even worse. Look at their call on single desk, GM, wool floor price
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