Biodiversity is a term used to refer to the number of species in one region or ecosystem, and for the first time,...

A collaborative study from USDA and Montana State University scientists delved “far into the weeds” in evaluating the global warming potential and greenhouse gas intensity in farming organic wheat...

Tomatoes produced in soils fertilized with fermented organic manures stay fresher for longer, and carry more firmness,...

Organic olives and their oil have a reputation for being healthier and more nutritious, and their demand has grown over...

After learning that hungry chimpanzees feeding on maize fields bordering forests in Uganda benefit from the nutrition of...

One way to highlight the benefits of organic foods is through comparisons of the nutritional and flavor qualities to nonorganic foods. Some argue singular comparisons about something as complex as...

For the first time, researchers evaluated if a statewide initiative that pushes all farmers in the state of Andhra Pradesh...

A study in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Engineering determined that using organic fertilizer produced from local sources of agricultural waste and manure results in comparable yields of...

A recent study published in Agronomy Journal found that using perennial living mulches can regenerate soil health faster and with less cost than using annual cover crops. There are many benefits...

A new review published in the journal Agronomy compiles scientific evidence showing that using recycled animal waste to manage fertility for food production is important for boosting in yields in...

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