Organic Agriculture and Biodiversity

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Organic farming produces clear benefits for biodiversity in comparison to conventional farming. Depending on altitude, organic farms have between 46 and 72 percent more semi-natural habitats and host 30 percent more species and 50 percent more individuals than non-organic farms. The lower farming intensities and higher proportion of semi-natural areas enable site-typical plant and animal species to survive on organic farms and allow farmers to benefit from an intact and therefore sustainably functioning ecosystem.

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Title Organic Agriculture and Biodiversity
Order no. 1548
Price CHF3.00
Pages 4
Authors Lukas Pfiffner, Oliver Balmer (FiBL)
Publisher(s) FiBL (Hrsg.)
Year of publication 2011
Edition 1st edition
Format Dossier / Fact sheet
Version In-house print
Language English
ISBN 978-3-03736-195-5
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