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Old 03-21-2011, 09:26 AM
Kiril Kiril is offline
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Originally Posted by JFGLN View Post
How about using minimal chemicals first. Is it possible to be a moderate when considering an organic approach.
Personally, I don't have a problem with limited use of chems as a means to an end. That doesn't mean continued use of them, just limited use to get a system to a point where they are not needed. Most of the time that I recommend this is when client already has chems on site so they can get rid of them. If they don't have any chems, then I will strive to build a soil management program without the use of chems right from the start.

All that said, strictly speaking an "organic" program should not use chems of any kind.
IMO you also should not use crops to feed plants (i.e. plant based meals) unless those products are destine for the landfill.
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