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Resource Intensive Agriculture Videos

Resource intensive agriculture refers to modern, very large scale factory farming employing intensive use of fossil fuels and artificial fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides for huge monocultures.

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"" King Corn. (DVD) Two college friends attempt to raise their own corn crop while exploring the environmental and human health issues that surround this grain. They meet with agronomists, historians, and other experts before plowing, seeding, and spraying. Prior to harvesting, they travel to Colorado to compare the grass-fed cattle of yore with today's corn-fed counterparts. 90 min. More...
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"" Agriculture: America's Most Crucial Industry. (DVD) Examines the role its producers believe modern agriculture plays in determining the economic health of the country. 15 min. More...

"" Custom Cutters - The New Two Thousand Mile Harvest. (DVD) Follow the harvest of many U.S. crops, including wheat, barley, oil seed, corn and millet. See the full operation, from young men learning to drive and load trucks and run combines, to how the teams deal with setbacks, including poor weather and difficult terrain. 100 min. More...

"" Historic Crop Dusting Films, 1947 -1969. (DVD) Great collection of three agriculture pesticide application films including crop dusting, insecticide/pesticide/herbicide application methods, DDT application, and pests like the boll weevil. 63 min. More...

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