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We think youll find plenty of food for thought in our second issue of EAP Comment.
Our feature article examines the reasoning of Dennis Avery, one of todays most prominent critics of the sustainable agriculture movement and finds that reasoning wanting.
We also take a hard look at the implications of the ever-increasing presence of hormone disrupting chemicals in the environment. This is a truly troubling issue with implications far beyond the realm of agriculture.
Finally, dont miss our assessment of precision farming and its place in sustainable agriculture.
Again, if you have particular issues youd like us to tackle, let us know.
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