Organic Farming

A couple of days I had to stop all my activities to read a book that was recommended to me by a good friend. The usually send and forward e-mail with notes that he considers of interest, I normally do not open this type of messages because I almost always end up removing time and do nothing good or new but this time was different to my surprise, the friend question, I recommended a very interesting reading, the title could not know much, so I visited the link provided in the message and began to read the title if I do not converse finished but when I read the subtitle and no I could stop until the end, the subtitle read “An introduction to natural farming”, The book was written by Masonobu Fukuoka, a Japanese after studying biology and have held important positions at universities in Japan, several research centers and even the office, after having suffered a slight accident and decided to leave it all to be borne by the estate of his parents where he puts into practice a new method agriculture which does not use any chemicals at all and what is better, a lot less effort that unlike his fellow farmers that their crops are much more productive than those that made the area agriculture aided by heavy machinery, fertilizers, fungicides, pesticides, herbicides, scarecrow and other implements used to kill plant and animal populations that are not pleasing to growers and neither of the plants are harvested. . .