Jamie Heaney wrote:Discussing 'beyond organic' would require a fairly solid definition and practice of what organic is, and there in lies the problem. The word, along with the idea, has been hijacked a long time ago by industry, politics and market. It is not unlike the word 'natural'... absolutely meaningless in today's culture.
Joe Moore wrote:Hanley, Interesting. How are you mitigating run off or top soil loss? Do you have a basin shaped garden?
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