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Using organic fertilizers like manure instead of synthetic, conventional fertilizer can have a beneficial impact on multiple measures of soil health,...

The AgDaily OpEd entitled "What are you really getting from organic apples", written by Michelle Miller, is extremely misleading and mischaracterizes pesticide use on organic and conventional...

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A new study in the journal Pedosphere has found that organic management improves soil health.  Researchers compared soil health in three...

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A new study published in theInternational Journal of Current Microbiology and AppliedScienceshas found that organic farming is linked to greater...

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It is commonly believed that while organic farming reduces pesticide use, it can also increase pest infestations if non-chemical control is not...

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A recent study published in the Journal of Cleaner Production used U.S. state level data collected from 1997 – 2010 to better...

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Data from numerous studies demonstrate that on average, organic farms produce less crop per acre than conventional farms – known as the yield...

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A recent study published in the Journal of Cleaner Production assessed the environmental impacts of organic grass-fed beef and non-organic grass-fed...

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Small mammals can provide agricultural benefits by eating weed seeds or they can act as pests by eating crop grains. A new study published in...

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A recent study published in Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment investigated the effect that organic farming has on birds over the winter. The...

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