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  1. deinse82

    I agree with the methods, but there are limitations: for instance, it's unclear, to say the least, that you can produce healthy people on soy…no matter how you grow the soy.

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  2. K. Durank

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  3. Gustav

    it is not holding together because it is organic, it is because the soil is healthy. just because it is organic doesnt mean the soil is healthy.

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  4. SARE Outreach

    Joe- You can find directions for making your own crimper at http://rodaleinstitute.org/our-work/organic-no-till/no-till-rollercrimper-plans/. Alternately, you can contact Jeff Moyer at the Rodale Institute for more information.
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  5. joe hanna

    Thank you. That was an amazing video. I will be starting a vegetable farm 2015 and have been searching for some way to use cover crops. This is the first I have seen where somebody showed the use for tomatoes, peppers and melons. Where can I get one of those crimpers for the raised beds?Β 

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