"So in fact, you, nature, you know nothing about ?" throws me suddenly my hostess for the evening, I was pierced to the day after a clumsy attempt to differentiate the wheat from the barley. No, I do not know anything or not much. But, like most urban dwellers today, I do not dream of taking a fork and making cuttings. It is far from the time when Montaigne boasted of not knowing " the more coarse the principles of agriculture ". Today, all the world is in the operation "Of the arm to your plate" - even if very few volunteers were solicited, the...Article reserved to subscribers
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KIM GREGORY FOR "THE POINT"
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