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Jul 1, 2010

USDA NIFA Research Concludes Organic Farming Enhances Pest Control Through Biodiversity

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Scientists at Washington State University and the University of Georgia conclude that organic farming increases biodiversity among beneficial, pest-killing predators and pathogens.
For more see: "Researchers Show That Organic Farming Enhances Biodiversity and Natural Pest Control," National Institute of Food & Agriculture Press Release, USDA, 1 July 2010.

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