I wish to express my disappointment with your continued lack of action on shipping, and your continued double guessing on, the type and amount of seeds we need over here. Our farmers are doing the best job they can but, since they are the ones working the soil, sometimes they have a better grasp of the type and amount of seeds they actually need. I understand that the seeds they want are sometimes expensive and that the “book” answer is not in line with their plowing methods.
As you know the work our farmers do is very dirty. They work hard every day, for countless hours, in fields sown with dangerous things that put them and their equipment in grave danger. The farms they toil in are very much unlike the 9 to 5 office environment that DA bureaucrats work in at the multisided building in D.C. I ask that you cut the red tape, place your personal agendas aside and get our farmers what they need. We cannot taste the fruit of victory without the harvests our farmers can make possible. It is incumbent upon you to provide them with the kernel of hope that carries our nation’s vision to end the hunger here in this corner of the world.
There is one thing you have provided us with that is in good supply here. You have been helpful above and beyond the call of duty when it comes to supplying us with fertilizer. It is beyond reproach that the DA is the supreme supplier of fertilizer above all other bureaucratic agencies on this earth. You talk fertilizer, you know fertilizer, and you give out fertilizer freely to any and everyone; whether they ask for it or not. I salute you.
Now. How ‘bout them seeds?