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Interview between Dr. Mercola and USDA Soil Scinetist Ray Archuleta

He explains why burying carbon in the the soil doesn’t work. This would be good instruction for the UK’s Agricultural colleges that have so far failed to understand how to turn carbon (straw) into fertiliser. He also explains how they (farmers) have to be illuminated so that they can see for themselves what they are doing.

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