Perhaps the sincerity and motivation for it all starts with a genuine love for nature. When that happens, perhaps, concerns for nature’s survival run deeper than the ocean’s waters, so much so that there is a more concerted effort to do away with all those fuels and minerals that have been doing the most damage to the earth’s surface and atmosphere. Replacing oil and coal comes the ethanol production line.
And today it is possible to utilize plants to produce sources of fuel and energy. This is the production of bio-fuels and bio-minerals. In the process, the earth’s carbon footprint is not impacted in any negative way. It seems the case that at this stage, it is mostly the farmers who are taking advantage of this new source of renewal and safe fuel production. That can be understandable because where global warming and climate change is concerned, have they not borne the brunt of all its negative impacts.
And it is not just a matter of reducing the carbon footprint and saving the environment. The use of bio-minerals is contributing towards the (mass) production of fresher tasting and longer lasting crops. This helps the farmer to reduce the negativities he has had to endure when endeavoring to secure hi bottom line. He no longer needs to be in that break-even situation, nor does he need to rely on government subsidies which appear to be shortened every year in any event.
Once more, the farming operation appears to be on the upward curve towards becoming feasible, and not just that, profitable. And of course, with ethanol production, commercial farmers are placed in a better position to diversify still further. Only the thing is, the diversification has little to do with crop manufacture.