Remember the summer of 2006, when an E. coli outbreak made eating spinach dangerous? It turns out the source was a likely culprit: an organic farm.
Organic farms use natural fertilzers, better known as manure, which are breeding grounds for micro-organisms. Some farms even refuse to irradiate their crops, which would have killed any E. coli that called our food their home. I can't be sure if conventional farming is healthier but I bet my life that "inorganic" crops are. If you want food to be safer technology is your friend, not your enemy.
HT: Mike Mills