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by Linda Raywood
on June 16, 2020 at 7:43 AM
Congrats to the new institute, but 'price premiums for certified organic produce' is not a motive for any new organic farmer I know. Bringing soils back after killing them with conventional fertilizers and toxic pesticides, to support human and environmental health is a leading reason to convert. Higher yields is another. The Rodale Institute's research (spanning 30 years) shows that healthy, organic soils outproduce conventional every single time.
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