As shown above, with the exception of hay and possibly peaches, organic crops were produced at substantially lower yields than their conventional counterparts. Organic farms produced roughly 1/3 less wheat and soybean, both important staple crops. Potato production on organic farms was a whopping 62% lower.
This violates the very notion of sustainability. An inefficient food production system that cannot feed everybody is, by definition, not sustainable.
Monday, August 29, 2016
And Cost More to Operate
Organic Farms Yield 20% Fewer Crops than Conventional Farms
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