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Growing organic culture

October 9, 2013 10:36 pm by: Category: Creative, Top Stories, Video 1 Comment A+ / A-

Are chemicals a part of your daily diet? In the past decade, the amount of supermarket foods with pesticide residues has nearly doubled. In an effort to raise awareness, local farmers and business owners discuss how they utilize traditional farming practices in a quantity-focused market.

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  • Nichole Hamilton

    Many changes saw in nature are long haul, happening gradually after some time. Natural agribusiness considers the medium-and long haul impact of horticultural intercessions on the agro-biological system. It expects to deliver nourishment while setting up a natural adjust to avert soil richness or irritation issues. Natural agribusiness adopts a proactive strategy rather than treating issues after they develop.

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