Organic Gardener Worried About Carbon

This organic gardener is worried about the “carbon footprint” of gardening.

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4 Responses to Organic Gardener Worried About Carbon

  1. conrad ziefle says:

    The wisdom of living in medieval times may work in your little hobby garden, but on the grand scale of a functioning farm it is impractical. I do as he does, not because I’m afraid of modern technology, but because I need additional soil every year. And I produce enough vegetables to provide for every dinner during the summer, and maybe 30 pints of canned stuff during the year. We would starve if that were all we had to eat.

  2. arn says:

    Virtue Signalling is a mental illness.

    (btw – I wonder how it went for Sri Lankias people when they were forced into a similar kind of gardening by the globalist carbon Mafia)

  3. Disillusioned says:

    So, if you can keep it fully organic and fully natural, the process is much easier for the environment and much easier for the garden.

    But, “the process” is still somewhat hard on the environment?!? That rock obviously does not understand “the process.”

    First – The plants he grows, whether naturally or fertilized, produce the counter agent of carbon dioxide. Surely he knows that. Surely. No?
    Second – There is no science shows carbon dioxide to be detrimental to the environment.

    Any carbon footprint conversation is bat-sh*t-crazy anti-science.

    • Disillusioned says:

      edit: After “fertilized,” I left out that the plants he grows absorb carbon dioxide, which would make a net reduction to his fantasy carbon [dioxide] footprint.

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