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A recent study in Frontiers In Sustainable Food Systems found that as many organic farmers rely on manure as a tool to manage soil fertility, they...

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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,...

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A recent study published in the scientific journal Pedobiologia explored how different conservation tilling and fertilization practices...

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In general, large-scale agriculture contributes to climate change by consuming many fossil fuels for energy and emitting large amounts of...

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A new study published in the journal Nature Plants analyzed the environmental impact of the complete supply chain for producing a loaf of bread....

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Accumulation of carbon in the soil is key to improving soil fertility and productivity. A recent study conducted by scientists at the University of...

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Use of antibiotics at low doses and over long periods of time for growth and prophylactic purposes in conventional livestock management is...

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Agriculture accounts for 35% of greenhouse gas emissions worldwide, but a new study supports the idea that conversion to organic...