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Today, we have a movement toward “organic” and “sustainable” farming techniques as a way to both meet the growing demand for organically grown food, and to find a way to release the farmer from dependency on horrendously expensive seeds, equipment, oil derived chemical fertilizers and pesticides.  You might call this the Organic Revolution or the Sustainable Revolution.  But again, as in the past, we are also seeing some costs appear that no one anticipated.

       Organic production also uses and sometimes overuses and natural fertilizers and pesticides.  Organic’s food production is more expensive than conventional industrial agriculture.  Organic agriculture is not self-sustaining.  Worst of all, there is no universally accepted “organic agriculture method”.

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An evidence is now appearing that conventionally grown food lacks the levels of nutrition of crops grown just 50 years ago.  One study showed a 75% drop in nutritional elements critical for optimal human and animal health.  It is no secret that the top six degenerative diseases responsible for the death of people are directly linked to diet and food quality.

The human disease costs of chemically grown food today are just beginning to be understood, verified and quantified. In the past, every Agricultural Revolution has brought great benefits, but again and again, they bring staggering costs to human life and the environment.


       Today, we have a movement toward “organic” and “sustainable” farming techniques as a way to both meet the growing demand for organically grown food, and to find a way to release the farmer from dependency on horrendously expensive seeds, equipment, oil derived chemical fertilizers and pesticides.  You might call this the Organic Revolution or the Sustainable Revolution.  But again, as in the past, we are also seeing some costs appear that no one anticipated.

       Organic production also uses and sometimes overuses and natural fertilizers and pesticides.  Organic’s food production is more expensive than conventional industrial agriculture.  Organic agriculture is not self-sustaining.  Worst of all, there is no universally accepted “organic agriculture method”.


       The big chemical and seed companies are pushing back or intentionally watering down the quality of organic food by forced reintroduction of their products into the system.  The large chemical and seed companies, the large farming companies, huge buyers such as Con-Agra, the universities that rely on the chemical companies for financial support, and the banks are pushing legislation to drive the small farmer out of business and marginalizing the larger farmers. As they take ever more of the farmer’s profit through regulation, low prices, and expensive inputs.  The cost of fuel is climbing to unsupportable highs.

       Many countries are now refusing to allow GE/GMO crops be grown or sold there, putting the farmers who relied on the word of the companies that invented and patented the new GE seeds and extension agents who promoted them for their supposed safety, marketability and profitability are losing money.  Consumers are unaware that 80% of the soybeans grown, 95% of the cotton grown, and similarly high percentages of every other staple crop grown in the United States is from genetically altered seeds.  Consumer surveys say they do not want to eat GE food, yet they are forced to eat the food since neither the USDA nor the FDA requires genetic labeling on our food products so that consumers have a choice.

       Where has all this taken the average farmer, large and small?  What has organic agriculture done that the other revolutions have not done? Not much, actually.  Farming is in a great mess.  Some say it is on the verge of total collapse.

       Organic and sustainable techniques seem best suited to small farms only.  There is no clearly defined crop management system for organic and sustainable farms that everyone can use.  In fact, on close inspection, there is no system that works for conventional agriculture either.  This is based largely on a complete misunderstanding of the forces of Nature and how to make use of them in high-yield farming.

       Large acreage farm products such as soybeans, corn, wheat, cotton, peanuts, rice and the plethora of other crops that are most economically grown on large farms are still dependent on the chemical and seed companies, the banks who finance their crops, the by and large non-innovative farm machinery manufacturers and the chemical company supported university advisors who no longer serve farmers, but now serve and promote the very companies and products that are driving farmers out of business.

       This doesn’t have to be happening.  We’re smart people.  There must be a better way.  A way that combines the best of what agriculture has to offer, free of pesticides, chemicals, and GMO’s.
       That’s where the Wholistic Revolution comes in, with Agriculture leading
the way with powerful tools and technology, and The Center for the Future of Farming providing information to make you successful with any plants anywhere in the world!

       Agriculture combines the BEST of the past and present discoveries in agriculture in a whole new way, relying on the natural ability of plants to grow spectacular yields, amazing quality, eliminate plant diseases and insect damage, lower per unit growing costs by as much as 75% and double and triple profits.

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