Not one case of disease or disability have been linked to GMO's. Nor is America the only country that uses chemical fertilizers. In point of fact, ALL fertilizers are chemicals. No-till agriculture? A great idea if you have the increased manpower required to maintain the crops; it's far more labor-intensive than tilling, and irrigation is more difficult as well.
I thought cpeter1313 was Indianapolis's best joke! Silly me.
I wonder if cpeter1313 is pro chemical,GMO's and other artificial insanity, because I doubt he is into organic and healthful things:
Industrial chemical-based farming, which produces the vast majority of US food crops, is destroying the soil that makes the growing of food possible in the first place
Using wood chips as ground cover, not compost, is a highly cost-effective strategy that will help radically improve your ability to effortlessly grow nutrient-dense food
In India, genetically engineered seeds cost farmers up to 400 percent more than conventional seeds, and produce 30 percent less yield
The entire food chain is connected, from soil, plant, and insect health, all the way up to animal and ultimately your health. Supporting the bottom of the food chain ultimately supports your health
No-till agriculture is likely one of the best approaches, as 70 percent of the soil microbes responsible for plant health and plant communication are fungi, and tilling will disrupt these mycorrhizal fungal filaments