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 How are weeds controlled in organic farming?

Answer Organic farmers control most pests, weeds included, with a number of different methods. The use of mulches, cover crops, mechanical cultivation, and hand labor are probably the most common, althoug... Read More »
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What is the difference between the nutritional value of food products obtained by organic farming and chemical farming?

What do factory farming and organic farming have in common?

[1] In theory and in practice, the two tend to be direct opposites of each other. [2] But the two actually do hold in common an attempt to control the endproduct. [3] But the similarity stops there... Read More »
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How is organic farming different from intensive farming?

organic farming is where they don't use any chemicals as intensive farming does.a better explanation:organic farming is where the farm uses is more environmentally friendly, but it makes a smaller ... Read More »
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What does organic farming mean?

Organic farming means using on-farm resources as much as possible. The point's to control, as much as possible, what goes into soil and gets into crops.It also means using resources efficiently. So... Read More »
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