Re: [fukuoka_farming] our farm
- I'm really very sorry for and saddened by this.
I didn't know it could go this low.
Here in France they destroy GMO crops, but a NATURAL FARM?????
2011/3/3 Shashi Kumar <kumar.shashi@...>
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> our natural farm, which we used as learning ground from past 4 years, was
> gutted down in fire today afternoon around 2:00pm by miscreants (in the
> earlier attempt almost a year and half back, miscreants destroyed all the
> honey bee hives, 15 of them by fire). farm was full of dried mulch (start
> summer), it was very easy for fire to engulf each and everything on the
> farm, we had almost all fruit plants, 10 cents of paddy field, banana
> plants, beautiful canopy, wonderful neem, hardy bamboo, farm pond with 8
> tailor bird nests hanging on top from pongemia tree and you name it we had
> it, everything is gutted now
> feeling little down right now, but again this is not the first instance of
> adjacent farmers setting fire to natural farms in India, natural farms are
> seen as a "weed seed generators" by farmers.
> yours always alert moderator.
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- For people interested to know what happened to my moonbeam tree , have a
look at the attached photos.
On Wed, Mar 9, 2011 at 9:32 AM, Jean Villafuerte <dayjean455@...>wrote:
> Thank you Boovarahan. You got me teary-eyed there.
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