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1 Questions and Answers Printable version Andrew K Fletcher 970
2 What about introducing non-pathogenic free living microbes to parts of the world where they are not Andrew K Fletcher 802
3 What about spreading microbes around the world. Would this matter? Andrew K Fletcher 551
4 Won’t one supertanker support only 5 hectares of juvenile forest for a year? Andrew K Fletcher 417
5 Is it really sensible to demolish our infrastructure for local sewage processing just for a while? Andrew K Fletcher 366
6 Should we export organic material, when our own soil is in need of organic content? Greg Peachey 354
7 Your scheme cannot do enough to solve the problem without other approaches being involved. Greg Peachey 459
8 Don’t we need to focus on a local-level, rather on than large-scale solutions? Greg Peachey 354
9 Can you distinguish the benefits of your approach from that of Biochar? Greg Peachey 420
10 This whole concept is an insult to undeveloped countries! Andrew K Fletcher 467
 
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