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A field of corn sounds like a dial tone.

A field that has never been touched sounds like white noise.

I think God wants me to create symphonies in seed and soil - and that is permaculture.

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paul wheaton wrote:
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Hahahaha good stuff. But a serious, and good, point.
 
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I seriously need to question what benefit these forums actually are to dumb farmers like me.
 
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(On a smaller scale) it might sound more harmonious like this:

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Neat! Somebody made a meme:

dial-tone-seed-soil.jpg
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symphonies in seed and soil is permaculture
 
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