Concept of Global Organic Farming: A Second Wave for the Third World

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Concept of Global Organic Farming: A Second Wave for the Third World
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The Concept of Global Organic Farming: A Second Wave for the Third World
One of the latest movements in the endeavor to end world hunger comes from a seemingly unlikely source: organic farming. Organic foods and other comestibles are becoming increasingly popular in western and industrialized countries, but many developing nations are just now being encouraged to “go organic” in their agricultural endeavors. Part of the reason for the surge in encouraging third-world farmers to grow organic crops comes from an increase in consumer demand, and recent studies which indicate that organic farming is capable of producing yields comparable to...
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.....d Earth-friendly manner. At the same time transitioning to organic may help to stave off hunger and even increase third-world countries’ bottom line in the form of food exports.
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