Interesting study of "Regenerative agriculture" shows what many of us have seen in the field: greater profitability from low-input systems. Even if yields decline slightly, input costs decline further. @OSISA @malimsultan @FundAgroEcology https://t.co/R4aWFR3QNt via @thePeerJ
This is insane and poses huge unintended negative consequences. The key to pest problems is BIODIVERSITY. For every problem insect there are 1000-plus beneficial insects. We feed the world by allying with nature, not messing with it. Per this study. https://t.co/HnOaZqxNdQ https://t.co/PgXT2zXUG4
@GMWatch Not only does organic farming make Americans stronger SO OUR COUNTRY STRONGER by preventing disease/poison/chemical contamination, but helps FARMERS MAKE MORE MONEY! Sustainable farming increases profit by 78% according to @BugLundgren new report. https://t.co/4slilB0OAZ
Regenerative agriculture versus conventional.
Some stats - so why not just make the change? It’s a no brainer
“In our studies, farmers that replaced insecticide use with agronomic forms of plant diversity invariably had fewer pest problems... https://t.co/rKcpOiluxN
A couple of years ago Jonathan Lundgren with Blue Dasher invited us to participate in a study where they looked at the insect life, soil, and profit and yield from our "soil health" corn fields and compared them to our... https://t.co/ZY1k5iIMx8
@BugLundgren told us we should all just step back and leave the bugs alone and everything would balance out. He is proving it and just showed that regenerative. https://t.co/MOoUIpiiTp https://t.co/Yy7f6v4AtA