In syntropic agriculture, farmers stop fighting nature and learn to embrace it

Tierr@_de_N@die: Could big farms stop using chemical fertilizers and pesticides and still be profitable? Syntropic agriculture, a completely different approach to modern agriculture seems to show that a world without glyphosate is not only possible but necessary

Syntropic agriculture works without chemical fertilizers or pesticides or artificial irrigation, and is 100% organic. Because of the low costs, a single hectare (2.5 acres) can easily feed a family, and 4 hectares (10 acres) can lead to prosperity, Götsch has calculated — provided that the products are processed at the farm and there are no, or very few, intermediate traders for transport, marketing and sales. On his cocoa farm, everything is a family business.

Fuente (news.mongabay.com): In syntropic agriculture, farmers stop fighting nature and learn to embrace it