The word organic is stamped on a wooden crate© Tim Scrivener
Cain v Abel. Romulus v Remus. Ed v David. Conflict is seldom as cruel and sharp as when it’s fratricidal. In civil war, it’s the familiarity between the factions that drives them to excesses. In sport, derby matches are the most fractious; sibling rivalries the most fierce. And so it is with the organic sector’s approach to its conventional farming brethren. See also: First and foremost, farming is about food, says Joe Stanley Elements of the organic community have always […]