An article by Dr. Joseph Mercola on rising food prices around the world suggests that "biodynamics is the solution for the future of agriculture".
Food shortages and skyrocketing food prices now appear inevitable. The global food price index hit its highest recorded level in March 2022, rising 12.6% in a single month. On average, food prices were one-third higher than in March 2021.
Inflation was already ramping up well before Russia went into Ukraine, with the uncontrolled printing of fiat currencies that occurred in response to the COVID pandemic. Governments’ COVID responses have also wreaked havoc with global supply chains, causing disruptions that continue to this day. Ukraine has ceased exports of wheat, oats, millet, buckwheat and cattle, and Russia has banned exports of fertilizer.
The solution to these challenges lies in regenerative biodynamic farming, which does not use any chemical inputs and enables us to work with the harmony that exists in nature. Biodynamic farming doesn’t just stop the destruction of the soil, it regenerates it, whilst improving the food quality. It helps to stablize the climate through carbon sequestration and mitigation by working with nature rather than conquering it. The article also goes deeper into the benefits of regenerative farming practices in general and presents a few successful projects.
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