Per unit of land, organic farming is better for biodiversity than conventional farming

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  • According to a 2005 meta-analysis[1], "Organic farming usually increases species richness, having on average 30% higher species richness than conventional farming systems".

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  • The 2005 meta-analysis[1] states that "However, the results were variable among studies, and 16% of them actually showed a negative effect of organic farming on species richness. We therefore divided the data into different organism groups and according to the spatial scale of the study."

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