Photo Credit: Joseph Watson

Organic certification requires farmers to support important biodiversity such as birds and bees. While a lot of research has shown that more...

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Biological soil amendments like compost are essential for organic farmers, and in some places, organic fertilizer production...

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It is well known that organic farming practices increase important and beneficial biodiversity. A recent study published in the journal Biota...

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Milk is an important contributor to a healthy the human diet. It provides important protein, fat, calcium and vitamin D. Equivalents can be found...

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A cost/return analysis published in Agronomy Journal compared production costs, yield and net returns for conventional versus organic crop rotations...

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Organic farmers must employ integrated management strategies to control pests in an environmentally friendly way. New...

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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 study recently published in The BMJ Journal found that prenatal and infant exposure to pesticides consistently correlated with higher risk...

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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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