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The essence of a prosperous agriculture lies so intimately in a correct distribution of forests, fruit orchards, shrubs and humid plains -with a natural population of fungi- that it would really earn more with it, even if it would be necessary to reduce to some extent areas dedicated to agriculture. to agriculture. A sensible economic management is never practiced when the available soil surface is used to such a degree that everything I have spoken about disappears and one speculates on the additional crops that could be implanted in this way. The result is a decline in the crop that does not compensate for what can be gained by expanding cultivated areas at the expense of others. In reality, it is not possible to carry out an agricultural enterprise – there is no enterprise of Nature to such a high degree as it – without having a fair perspective of the bonds that Nature itself creates and the interrelationships within the natural economy.
Rudolph Steiner, 1924
Course on Dynamic Organic Agriculture.