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Apple production in North America and Europe is largely threatened by two insect pests: rosy apple aphids and codling moths. In conventional apple...

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An article published in the most recent issue of the Organic Farmer magazine highlights a partnership between The Organic Center and UC Davis...

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A recent study published in the Journal PlosǀOne found that the most effective strategy to terminate cover crops in systems where herbicides...

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An article recently published in the Journal of Agronomy Research assessed a wide range of organic mulch and fertilizers on the production of...

A recent study, published in the journal of Ecology and Evolution, found that farmers can suppress weeds using less tillage when they combine cover crops and compost. Weeds are a major issue,...

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A recent article published in the Journal of Applied Ecology shows that contrary to popular perception, increased biodiversity on the farm can...

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A recent study published in the journal Ecological Economics found that organic agriculture can improve rural development and increase the...

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A study published in the Journal Herpetological Review found a greater diversity of anurans (frogs, toads and tree frogs) in organic rice fields...

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A recent study in Agricultural Systems shows that on a per area basis, organic systems use less energy and emit fewer greenhouse gases than...

photo credit: Alice Karolina-Smith

A recent study published in the Proceedings series of Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research revealed that, while...

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