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Vegan Organics
Vegan organic horticulture is a method of growing plants without the use of chemical fertilizers, sprays etc and without using any animal products (except those obtained from humans). It is a system of caring for the soil in a sustainable way to ensure it retains its fertility for future generations. It is a method of growing plants that works in harmony with nature, encouraging a wide diversity of plant and animal life to share the land with us. The following two articles discuss more on the ethics of veganism:
  1. Why Plants? What is wrong with using animals?
  2. Animal Abuse in today's society
Our Links page contains links to other vegan groups. In particular the Vegan Organic Trust is the primary group focussuing on the vegan organic method.
 
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