The Scientific Validity of Organics

“Methods of agriculture can be classed as being scientifically informed – they use scientific knowledge to inform their philosophy. For example, there is a huge amount of scientific information about the harm done to people and our planet from agricultural technologies such as nitrogen fertilisers, pesticides, cultivation and monocultures. Organics takes this information and decides to limit or prohibit the use of these technologies due to the harm they cause.” Dr Charles Merfield (Stuff.co.nz) Continue reading The Scientific Validity of Organics

Why Policymaker Interest in Regenerative Agriculture is Blooming

John McCrone’s article on the ODPG Conference (Day 1) in which he outlines presentations by Peter Barrett, Phyllis Tichinin, Hamish Bielski, Walter Jehne and Peter Fraser, and talks to attendees Dairy Farmer, Max Purnell, and Regenerative Consultant, John King. Continue reading Why Policymaker Interest in Regenerative Agriculture is Blooming