On Thu, Feb 28, 2002 at 11:59:04AM -0600, George & Lola Wesel wrote:
> I as a farmer do not like to use chemicals. I consider them to be 
> dangerous but necessary.  They are also very expensive and I don't like 
> the idea that they have the potential to hurt the environment.  I live 
> here too you know. I would have to be considered "Environmental 
> Friendly", most farmers are. It is good politics and good business to be 
> as "Green" as possible. In fact, nothing would make me happier than to 
> throw away all chemicals and non organic fertilizer.  I would much 
> rather grow 20 to 30 bushel corn for $10.00 per bushel than 175 to 200 
> bushel corn for $1.40 like it was last year. The reduced work on me and 
> wear on my machines would be a bonanza. America's cheap food policy 
> depends on agricultural chemicals, and increasingly on GM's as well.

     So why don't you? There's plenty of totally organic farmers who are 
laughing all the way to the bank. You
too can end your chemical dependancy -- "Just say NO!"

Harmon Seaver   

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