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TOPIC: Redspot bananas.

Redspot bananas. 1 year 6 months ago #374

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Amongst all the misery of the catastrophic fire season and the waffles of Scott, the Moron, who is now all about "helping" the bushfire victims and destroyed livelihoods, announcing how generously money will be allocated and support be given and that he does what it takes to ease their pain, - (mind you, it is taxpayers money anyway that is to be spent, though he does as if it was coming out of his coffers!), - there is something of a light shining in the orchard industry, in Innisfail in Qld, on a banana farm to be precise. The owner has turned his back on industriel farming practices years ago, which was then considered "bonkers" by his family and his peers alike, but it has turned out that he was on a mission, and now being a success story, he deserves to be recognized as a pioneer of what sustainable farming is and how beneficial it is for all concerned. Not only is he a winner, all are, from the insects he uses as natural protectors of his crop, to the environment, right down to the reef, because he has no toxic run offs from fertilizers and pesticides poisoning water, reef and all the creatures living in it. It took a lot of patience on his behalf, a lot of gathering knowledge and implementing it, but he has now the scientists coming to him, to see what and how he did it and, what the evidence is of how sustainable farming can be commercially the more productive option, than the industriel one and, what it means for agriculture's future as a whole.
On his farm the grasses grow wild and the bugs thrive, happily keeping pests in check and the fruit free from disease, with a bumper yield that according to him, he had not been able to achieve with all the fertilizers and pesticides he had to use. In fact, it seemed to have less and less effect but costing him more and more, increasing the need for use but still lacking the desired outcome. His success did not come overnight, too big a damage had been done to soil, palms, the environment altogether. No insects of the healthy kind for his crop was to be found and he had to re-introduce them, but now the smiles are everywhere. The farm and its produce benefits all creatures, great and small, be it in the orchard or in a school yard or an office tower.
To set these bananas apart from others and to help consumers find them, their tips are dunked into a red paint, giving them a little "red hat", which really draws the attention on to them and is as cheerful as can be. What a wonderful story, what an inspiration! A big thank you red dot banana farmer! Your fruit is more than just great food for the tummies!
Pack up your bags you industriell profit vultures, move over you big scale polluters, take your products from the shelves and stick them up your a...…. If they are so beneficial as you claim, you may thrive, but let the rest of the world alone.
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