Organic Agriculture is a sustainable alternative for developing economies

A synthesis of twelve years (2007-2019) of the long-term farming systems comparisons in the tropics (SysCom)

SYSCOM

Results from long-term comparative farming systems research of FiBL and its partners in Kenya, India, and Bolivia reveal that profitability and productivity of organic agriculture can equal other production systems. Furthermore, the results of this long-term research show that well-managed organic farming systems can increase soil fertility, reduce pesticide residues and enhance biodiversity. Read the full report “What is the contribution of organic agriculture to sustainable development? A synthesis of twelve years (2007-2019) of the long-term farming systems comparisons in the tropics (SysCom)”.

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