The Organic Trade Association has issued a guide to help you make better informed choices on the organic industry.
The guide was created by former USDA food safety inspector, Dr. Michael T. Taylor, and is aimed at farmers who are concerned about organic crops and their impact on food safety and the environment.
Tate has been working to educate farmers about the risks of using organic farming practices for the past three years.
The USDA has said organic agriculture is the safest way to grow food in the U.S., but Taylor said he believes organic farming is actually the most toxic way to farm.
Taylor’s group is trying to educate people about the health risks associated with using organic crops.
“A lot of farmers don’t understand the impact organic farming can have on soil and water quality and on organic crops, especially the impact of the manure,” Taylor said.
“It has to do with manure that has been injected into the soil or sprayed on top of the soil and then runoff, and it is just a really toxic chemical that doesn’t decompose into anything that’s there.”
Taylor said he was working on the guide because he believes it’s important to educate the public about the potential risks of organic farming.
“The main thing we want to do is help farmers understand what the risk is of organic agriculture and how it affects their environment,” he said.
“It’s just important that farmers know that organic agriculture has all of the health and environmental risks that go with it.”
He said organic farming has also been linked to the spread of many different diseases.
“Organic farming is linked to diseases like SARS, chikungunya, dengue, and pertussis,” Taylor explained.
“We know that when we put a crop in organic soil, it can kill all those diseases.”
The guide recommends that farmers who use organic agriculture avoid using manure or other chemicals in the soil.
“We also know that some organic farms have not been fully testing their organic products,” Taylor noted.
“And when you do not test your organic products, you’re not really testing them.”
According to Taylor, the USDA and USDA organic certification program are two different systems.
“They are different processes.
And it’s a huge difference between the USDA Organic Program and the USDA USDA Organic Certification Program,” he explained.”
So, for example, if you’re going to grow a plant that has a certified organic soil and the soil is certified organic, the soil that you grow is certified and the certified organic soils that you use will also have certified organic residue on them, so it’s not just a question of whether the soil has been certified organic.
It’s also a question about what is the organic soil.”
Taylor explained that many organic farmers who have tested their soil have had problems with bacteria.
“When you grow organic, you put some organic soil on top, and then you let the soil dry out and then water it, it’s going to have a very different soil texture and you’re probably going to see a different organic quality to it,” he added.
“But if you’ve got manure or something in it that’s not organic, and you just leave it there, you are basically watering it in the wrong way and it’s killing the soil.”
He noted that the USDA has put in place a program to help organic farmers test their soil.
He said he has seen an improvement in his farmers’ health after doing the work.
“In fact, it was really beneficial to me, because the problem that I had with the soil in my backyard is a little bit worse than it was before I did that,” he told Newsmax.
“But now, I’m seeing improvements.”
Tate also said organic farmers need to be aware of the dangers of manure.
“One of the biggest problems with organic farming, because of all of those chemicals that are in it, is that it’s so dangerous,” he noted.
“There’s so much organic waste and so many different chemicals that have been added to it, so you’re actually putting yourself at risk of health problems.”