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Indian state bans all pesticides. wildlife, crops, and tourism flourish
by Sara Burrows
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11 January 2020
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Governments around the world are looking to the Indian state of Sikkim to see if going organic is viable. So far all signs are pointing to yes. The state banned the import of all pesticides, herbicides, synthetic fertilizers, and GMOs in 2003, becoming the world's first fully certified organic state in 2016. And now the yield for most crops is actually higher than it was during the days of conventional farming, according to a report by the Center for Research on Globalization.
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