Article 6- CONTENT NOTES - Article 6 The Omnivores Delusion Against the Agri-intellectuals Blake Hurst(Content notes Critics of industrial farming spend

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Article 6: The Omnivore’s Delusion: Against the Agri-intellectuals Blake Hurst (Content notes) - Critics of “industrial farming” spend most of their time concerned with the processes by which food is raised. - Corns needs a lot of energy to produce. - Bio tech crops cut the use of chemicals and increase food safety. - Herbicides cut the need for tillage. - Herbicides decrease soil erosion. - Industrial can meet the demand of an increasing population and also can lower the price of food. - Arizona and Florida have outlawed the pig gestation crates, California recently passed. - Free land livestock will increase the meat price. And it also need the double of the land and resources. - Manure is a good fertilizer which cuts down the use of nitrogen. - Nitrogen can produce from natural gas. - Nitrogen produced by plant is called legumes.to produce more manure we will have to plant more foregas. Article 6: The Omnivore’s Delusion: Against the Agri-intellectual Blake Hurst ( Q & As ) Summarize the case for big agriculture
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