I can answer questions in regard to a "basics" approach to agriculture. My husband and I are Messianic missionaries and live on a hobby farmette. We don't have a pesticide or antibiotic on the place. I can answer questions about a simple agricultural lifestyle that affords great independence and abundant tranquility.
Our agricultural methods are Bible based, we use the term Orthodox organic. We live what we teach.
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Dear Prashant, The answer is simply, no. Wheat is a grain that is produced from a living plant. Flour is the product that results when wheat is milled. The grain of wheat can be planted and more
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Well Barbara, I agree, spreading straw out and gathering it back up is a real pain. I'm sorry I didn't get right back to you. My questions have not been arriving into my e-mail. I hope this advise
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