You can keep throwing resources towards the goal of getting more output from your farm, but are you using what nature has given you wisely?
Chris Clark of Nethergill Associates explains how you can reach a point where adding more inputs isn’t sustainable and can be counterproductive. He calls it ‘Maximum Sustainable Output.’
This video explains why you should aim for a ‘sweet spot’ of using what nature gives for both profits and the planet. Maximum sustainable output means farmers can farm in an environmentally sustainable way.