Dave Chapman, Organic Farmer, Owner Long Wind Farm in Vermont explains why hydroponics should NEVER be allowed to claim a USDA Certified Organic label. The foundation of organic farming is the soil. Microbial activity produces nutrients and activity that could never be replicated in water. Consumers and farmers are being ripped off. Go to the National Organic Standard Board webpage and let your voice be heard! https://www.ams.usda.gov/event/nosb-spring-2017-meeting-denver-co Go to the “Rally in the Valley” video and hear from these organic farmers and those that fought for 18 years to make sure we had a USDA Certified Organic choice we could trust. These are true American Heroes! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuInsC7o61M&list=PLcYKsU1JUGMG-_OONaM_t1E2RHnniRip0&index=22 Related PostsCertified Organic Controlled Environment Hydroponics Has the Potential to Feed the WorldHydroponics and Soil Gardeners: Make liquid fertilizer from kitchen discards and weeds. Go organic!BC Certified Organic: The Story of Forever SeedsGrowex – Coco Coir Substrate – Hydroponics Organic & Soil Gardening – Canna Nutrients Coco.Why Hard for Hydroponics to meet USDA Organic StandardsOrganic Farm Documentary – Hydroponics Wholesale
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