I don’t think that’s necessarily true. A nursery can use many things that can be damaging to the environment. Pesticides, fertilizers, and chemicals used in a nursery may help increase health and yield of the nursery but it can have a negative affect on the environment. Also, depending on how separate the nursery is from the ecology of the area, it could have a positive or negative affect on local plant culture. Finally, materials to build a nursery can be (but aren’t necessarily) wasteful. Choices one makes could certainly make one nursery greener than another.
No definitely not. Practices in nurseries can be just as damaging as some of the farmers in their use of pesticides. Nurseries may have allowed forced the destruction of a local habitat and replaced it with foreign species. These species may take over and eradicate other species in the surrounding land.
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