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Inorganic Farming?

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Inorganic farming, also known as non organic farming is a type of agriculture that involves the use of synthetic products during the farming process. Some of these products may include fertiliser, pesticides as well as additives.
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This question cannot be answered because the phrase "inorganic farming" is self-contradictory. inorganic - Not arising from natural growth. Of, relating to, or denoting
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Organic farming methods are currently not productive enough for wide spread industrial use so "better" is a loaded term. In fact even the term "Organic" is a loaded
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In reality,, Organic farming is as real spiffy way to separate uneducated people from their money. What organic farming refers to is using animal poop, and crop residue to produce
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This is a question that would hit upon anyone when they hear about organic farming and some even come to a conclusion that it is all a gimmick. In our organic farm, we do not use
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