4682Re: [fukuoka_farming] Organic mentality
- Dec 31, 2004i being a hard firm believer in passive growing
systems (selective organic choices)that cause me much
stress when i look at what has been done to our
overwhelming abundance of resources here. Your point
of the mentality and understanding is well taken. Need
to provide in some manor is also understood. Knowledge
and improving choices over time is what brings change.
Do Well in the New Year Arun, Les
--- aksharma@... wrote:
> HAPPY new year/ERA of__________________________________
> Organic Mentality
> Organized cycle
> Occupied with
> Omit competition with
> It was primarily the mentality which caused ill
> effects of chemical
> (conventional) farming and not the chemical itself.
> It is the mentality
> and not the technology which decides the direction
> of development (Atomic
> energy-both use destructive or constructive).
> Mentality is the prime infrastructure for success of
> any plan.
> Thus for success of organic farming following
> concepts in the mentality
> are need to be imbibed.
> 1.Always seek cooperation of Nature, Native(human,
> animal, plants) and
> 2.Use Natural things/products as far as possible
> naturally ( Neem extract
> is better than isolated azadirectin).
> 3. Maintained food chain as far as possible and not
> to make new food
> .Human being by nature is not a carnivorous.
> 4.Organic farming is a Benefit making( by
> harnessing from nature) and not
> a Profit making(exploiting nature) venture.
> 5.Local and Seasonal food may be better for body in
> a given Social and
> Climatic conditions.
> 6.Principals/practices/approaches of physical
> science may not be every
> time applicable in biological science because of
> numerous complicated
> Think organically
> Arun K.Sharma
> Central Arid Zone Research Institute
> +91 291 2703547 / 2740789
> A handbook of organic farming ( 626page)-Arun
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