Taking individual steps to reduce pesticide use, protect water sources or improve air quality are worthy goals in and of themselves, and cannot be underestimated. That's one reason why Protected Harvest, the groundbreaking certification program formed in 2001 to help conventional agriculture reduce its environmental impact, is becoming a preferred alternative for producers who find it difficult to adopt organic standards. “Some crops just aren't easily grown without chemical inputs, and ...
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