Organic farming is tending like conventionalfarming towards ever larger enterprises with corresponding machinery fleets and the smallest possible workforce. This development entails a multitude of problems. As well as the loss of jobs and
the destruction of numerous family farms in recent decades, many enterprises find themselves facing constantly increasing use of fossil fuels and increasing compaction of soils. The search for alternatives has not been very successful up to now. Neither agricultural fuels nor low-groundpressure tyres represent a proper solution, a fact which has long been known but so far has received little attention.  ...    Read more