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    Well, find a place where farmers are so poor that they don't even have money to buy chemicals. Then you know everything from there must be organic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhyCoffee View Post
    Well, find a place where farmers are so poor that they don't even have money to buy chemicals. Then you know everything from there must be organic.
    yep!! that is exact reason why Huehuetenango region (one of 8 coffee regions in Guatemala) has the most organic farms because it is the poorest region in Guatemala.

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    I spent some years in an area like that, where people never heard of chemicals before. Their fertilizer (they call it farmer's fertilizer) came from below surface human and animal manure pit, pour onto anything they are growing...

    That's why when some consider "organic" as something new, I know it's thousands of years old or as old as human farming history.

 

 
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