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Sustainability & Production: Production: Needs examples of well performing methods & techniques utilizing organic farming methods There are tons of examples all over the place how Organic farming methods not just give high production, but are also in long term better for the "soil quality" over decades. Chemical farming can and tends to destroy ...


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Yes, there are many concerns regarding the impact of GMOs on the environment. First, let us understand what a GMO is. This is when someone alters the genetic makeup of an organism by inserting genes into its genome. Thus, compared to more traditional methods of plant breeding, which are more gradual, and limited to species that can breed together, GMOs ...


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In the United States, food products labeled as “organic” are generally believed to be in compliance with the standards of the National Organic Program (NOP), a program of the USDA, which strictly prohibits the use of GMO's under that certification, but even in countries that require GMO labeling, the standard legal threshold of 0.9% is the potential ...


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I would say it could. This question has been here for quite long, so I'll try to answer it with my basic understanding of organic vs. "conventional" farming. Say Organic farming produces 25% less From this CNN article, Organic yields are 25% lower. Let's by it as it is, even if we should not trust anything we read on the Internet. But the worl ...


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