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For me, knowing what major and minor nutrient levels are, what biology is in the soil, and a host of other factors in the plants is all important stuff. The real issue is how the information base is interpreted into a solution to improve farming whatever crops you want to grow given the details of climate, conditions and available resources.

The role of an agronomist with local knowledge is therefore critical. Further that the advice you get is based on an understanding of your farming methods and beliefs.

Luckily over the last ten years there is more science known about natural farming methods. Hopefully that continues and the best of conventional and "organic" farming will merge.  


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