How highs the water mumma ?

Rain, a farmers friend or our worst enemy ? As we enter the rainy season we wonder how wet it will be ? How strong the winds will be and how much rain will fall ? God life's conversations have changes and i have morphed in to my dad During my farming years and diversifying from conventional the "two crops a year" to weekly growing short life flowers i have never looked up so much and checked websites on the matter of rain Now not to sound to much of a moaner and groan-er I want to look at global warming and season change This topic doesn't just affect the humble farmer but the world wide economy and all industries and no one seems to be to worried about how much revenue is being lost and lives affected and good times gone Imagine saving all year to go away on holiday in dry season to be met by a wall of rain when last minute holidays at budget prices ,due in the rain turn out to be the hottest ever ! But still travel agencies and carriers don't see it As an aggrieved farmer...
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Benefit of Organic Food

Organic food has become very popular. But navigating the maze of organic food labels, benefits, and claims can be confusing. Is organic food really better for your mental and physical health? Do GMOs and pesticides cause cancer and other diseases? What do all the labels mean? This guide can help you make better choices about shopping organic, including what to focus on and how to make eating organic more affordable.

What does "organic" mean?

The term “organic” refers to the way agricultural products are grown and processed. While the regulations vary from country to country, in the U.S., organic crops must be grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, bioengineered genes (GMOs), petroleum-based fertilizers, and sewage sludge-based fertilizers. Organic livestock raised for meat, eggs, and dairy products must have access to the outdoors and be given organic feed. They may not be given antibiotics, growth hormones, or any animal by-products.
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Organic: Is it the future of farming?

In its pure form, maybe not. But elements of the organic philosophy are starting to be deployed in mainstream agriculture. Nature's reporters analyse this trend, assess the extent of organic farming worldwide, and frame the questions on which its wider adoption will depend.

If your politics are green, you like your medicine 'holistic' and you're deeply worried by economic globalization, the chances are your fridge is full of organic produce. Today, support for organic farming is frequently part of a bigger social and political mindset — one that holds that 'natural' is best, and that naked capitalism is a threat to the health of the planet and its people.

But the origins of organic agriculture, in 1940s Britain, are more down-to-earth. Its pioneers were concerned, above all else, about the soil beneath their feet. Their philosophy was centred on practices designed to improve the richness and stability of the soil by restoring its organic matter and avoiding syn...

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