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 What chemicals do organic farmers use?

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Can organic farmers use Bt?

Bt, or Bacillus thuringiensis, is a spore-forming bacteria that functions as a natural insecticide. It has been used by organic farmers for decades. The genes of Bt are also spliced into GMO (genet... Read More »
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Are there any organic clothing companies that don't put chemicals in to their clothing?

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Is it worth buying organic seeds and what is the difference between organic and non-organic seeds?

Well, now wait a minute. If the seeds were produced by Monsanto, there are genetically modified seed. No getting around that one. You have to read the package to see where the seeds originated f... Read More »
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What can be said of the organic foods in an organic store?

Organic foods may sell at higher prices than their non-organic equivalents in grocery stores. For their growers and distributors number far less than those of commercial, conventional, non-organic ... Read More »
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