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  1. jerick anil

    But conventional farming isn't a viable option in India. It's true that chemical pesticides and fertilizers are harmful to the ecosystem but the farmers do not view traditional farming as a profitable business. They'd be in more debt as well if they started using those methods because of low production. As for hybrid crops, the progeny they produce isn't suitable for taking another crop because there are genetic changes in them but they yield far much more than what traditional crops have ever given.
    Back then lifestyle was different, people were different and to overcome this we need a newer option, such as Integrated Farming.

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  2. Karhou Ng

    Can do a metaanalysis between "agroecological " farming production vs normal farming production. With increasing population and food security issue. No attacking, just feeling its importance to look at the fact ..

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