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mod. great. This is one fine, organic rally! I’m glad I stopped by.
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The saucer-shaped summit is nearly ten miles across; and every single atom, [10] from the least particle to the largest fragment of rock, in this great pile, which however is small compared with very many other lagoon-islands, bears the stamp of having been subjected to organic arrangement.
At $14 billion in annual sales, organics represent a tiny fraction of the nation's $500 billion food budget, but with a growth rate of 20 percent per annum in recent years, organics have been the fastest growing sector in the food market.
to financially support organics when the board of supervisors voted to give a property tax rebate to farmers transitioning to organic.
To see the direction organics is taking, you need only stroll down any supermarket or health food store aisle.
Furthermore, says Bernard Kippelen, an associate professor of optical sciences at the University of Arizona Optical Sciences Center, it may be possible to design organics that are soluble in less harmful solvents.
These additives and compounds include flour, wax, mold release agents, the partial or complete products of resin, carrier and additive combustion, and the mix of core organics.
For Balbo, it's more than the money "I'm producing in a way that helps sustain the planet, and that's what organics are all about," Balbo tells visitors.
Firstly, heavy purchasers of organics typically have significantly higher than average disposable incomes and have so far been largely unaffected by the global downturn.
After two years visiting flower farms in the United States, Prolman was unable to convince any major grower to make the expensive plunge into organics.
Fueled by a hefty 20 percent annual growth rate since 1990, organics are still dwarfed by regular foods, accounting for only 2 percent of national food consumption, but have gained widespread exposure in past years.
A field study, discussion of laboratory and field data, as well as significant conclusions about organics in foundry wastes are presented in this review of AFS sponsored research.
As you get to know the growers, keep in mind that since the National Organics Standards program went into effect last fall many farms that still practice organic farming have chosen not to participate in the Federal program and become "certified," though they continue to farm organically.
The second part was a field study[4] to monitor groundwater quality adjacent to foundry waste landfills to determine whether any organic contamination of groundwater could be attributed to leaching of organics from the waste.
Organics are already hot items at the grocery store, and Americans are expected to eat more than $16 billion in organic food this year.