Farming to Respect

I only wish I had another 100 years to live so I could see more organic farming practices put in place, and “modern” Western big-business big-chemicals recognized for what it is – a toxic blight across our land. Here’s a sign of hope: Like a cut-rate magician, Philippine farmer and scientist Gil Carandang teaches farmers how to use cheap vodka, generic brown sugar, milk, rice and local soil to harness local microorganisms as invisible workhorses on their farms.


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