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If we all turned vegetarian....

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Well there is a more than intelligent response to this question... Thank god... A rarity for um.

Yes.. The ecology of the earth would change.. Dramatically.,... But only bear in mind that our vegan brothers and sisters could not presue their lifestyle without modern economy's full of meat lovers.

Think about that for a half an hour. But you might need a little education on the nutritional needs of humans an the environments they get them from.

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I don't see the logic in that (the red highlighted part), can you elaborate?

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Hi Seeker.

I don't see the logic in that (the red highlighted part), can you elaborate?

Does the application of manure sound like something you relate to vegetables?

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Does the application of manure sound like something you relate to vegetables?

Not exactly an insummountable obstacle though is it?

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Not exactly an insummountable obstacle though is it?

In as far as the organic matter in it, very much a problem, as far as the chemistry it is not. And as is shown in places where mostly artificial fertilizers are used, the ground looses its water accumulating potential and its break down strength of harmful substances.

The "Natural" way to sow is to eat a fruit, poop out the undigested seeds and out of that mass new plants grow.

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In as far as the organic matter in it, very much a problem, as far as the chemistry it is not. And as is shown in places where mostly artificial fertilizers are used, the ground looses its water accumulating potential and its break down strength of harmful substances.

The "Natural" way to sow is to eat a fruit, poop out the undigested seeds and out of that mass new plants grow.

Practices would have to change. But doing without animal manure is only one of the changes that would be needed.

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Practices would have to change. But doing without animal manure is only one of the changes that would be needed.

Sorry, but the little I know about farming is that the natural ways are the best ways. And if I have to eat a pig occasionally to farm naturally so be it.

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Does the application of manure sound like something you relate to vegetables?

Vegetables do just fine with 100% vegetable matter as fertiliser.

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Vegetables do just fine with 100% vegetable matter as fertiliser.

which is exactly why they germinate best when past through a digestive track.... right.

That is the same as saying cannibalism works fine. Well it does not because certain lipids and vitamins are transformed by the eaten organism rendering them useless for the next consumer. Same with plants, there will be transformed minerals and so on that the next generation plant will not be able to absorb for lack of them.

The ecosystem is a big interdependent circle, the bird eats the worm, the worm the dead bird and the grass the excrement of both of them. Whatever you take out will create an imbalance over time, even if it can continue rachitic for a while.

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