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Healthy soils have greater diversity of bacteria and fungi. Much like human gut health, greater diversity of microbes results in more efficient...

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Coffee is largely grown in regions where smallholder farmers face poverty, and climate change threatens devastation to their crops. A recent...

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New research shows that there is good news when it comes to supporting the health of our environment—growing a diversity of crops can increase...

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A new study has been added to the list of growing research that shows our food security is threatened by climate change. Research published in the...

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

The last year has seen a jump in the number of long-term research studies about the benefits of organic farming. Researchers have had their eye on organic for a while now, and we’re starting to...

Choosing organic is still the best way to support healthy soils, and the organic food that you eat has a direct impact on the earth it was grown in. This year a long-term study found that organic...

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Organic farmers rely on tillage to combat weeds in place of herbicides, incorporate organic matter into the soil and reduce soil...

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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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