Sure, but people won't do things by choice anyway. They act on conditioning (work ethic) or by necessity. Either food prices have to go up to pay a living wage for weeding, or people have to be hungry enough to work. Unfortunately, we have a system that makes people hungry but sells them Cheetohs for pennies and pays farmers pennies to produce ethanol for cars. That ethanol production drives prices of Cheetohs down even more while cheap fuel for cars drives people to work at jobs making uselessness as though we're running out of it.