but organic agriculture already is on a commercial level [here], -it is a huge branch, actually, with more demand than supply, so we need to import from the rest of the World.
Conventional farming or agriculture is a sad field, needing to resort to clubs, when smaller tools would work better, at least in the preventive field.
Anybody can open an can of poison and kill, but it takes intelligence to wonder about WHY something got out of balance, and how to counter it wisely.
Of course I live in a region where grass hopper invasions that ruin everything are unknown...
We do get a poisonous caterpillar though....through global warming, they say, and they come in via the Alps from Italy.
They get sprayed.
I think there is no natural antagonist, -I will have to google that.
There is of course a difference between organic and Buddhist agriculture.
Organic farmers will defend crops and kill insects, if necessary, but with different substances and with 'beings'.