I had always heard that despite its benefits, organic farming was generally less productive than its heavily fertalized brethren. However, according to a study reported on Energy Bulletin, organic corn and soybeans can be grown with yields as good as “conventional” farming, but with significantly less energy, water, and no pesticides, among other benefits.
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