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Organic farming can help save the bees, study shows
by Emily Monaco
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12 October 2018
On 12 October 2018 Organic Authority reported:
Organic farming practices can help save pollinator populations, according to recently published research in Biological Conservation. The study, conducted by Swedish researchers at Lund University over three years, shows that the absence of toxic pesticides associated with conventional farming can contribute to increased health and stable populations of bees and butterflies.
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