More good news re No Till
Study Shows Greenhouse Gas-Eating Soil Bacterium Consumes Methane
"It just seems to be really, really, really efficient."
Toxic Algae and No-Till—The Environmental Darling of Industrial Agriculture and Genetic Engineering Looks Less AttractiveRead attempts to defend the sustainability of industrial agriculture and genetic engineering, and you will soon encounter no-till, or more generally, conservation tillage. Now it appears that no-till may be contributing to some serious environmental problems. Tillage, or plowing, is the age-old pblog.ucsusa.org
can you explain in more detail? its pretty much replaced tobacco in W north carolina where my parents live. 15 years tjere was tobacco everywhere, hardly see it at all anymore. lots of hemp nowIts a fly by night fugging joke.
Some people make money on snake oil...some people lose.
But like anything, it will evolve, eh?