16 September 2014
Fertility building leys field lab

Field lab 3 at Abbey Home Farm, Cirencester

22 September 2014
Field Lab: Woodchip Compost

Part 3: Discussion of final results



13 August 2014
No-till: limited potential for climate change mitigation

The role of no-till agriculture in climate change mitigation may be over-stated

13 August 2014
The energy efficiency of organic agriculture

ORC-led review confirms that most organic crop and livestock systems are more energy-efficient than conventional



18 July 2014
Prince of Wales visits Food & Farming Summer School

As part of his annual Food and Farming Summer School, HRH The Prince of Wales met with students and farmers at Eastbrook Farm in Wiltshire.

Can Organic Farming Feed the World?

Category: Research
17 November 2003

‘Can organic farming feed the world?’ is a question that is generally posed as a put-down by those people who are against organic farming, and is used as part of a defense of conventional agriculture. It is hardly ever raised by people who are seriously contemplating the subject and rarely by someone prepared to even briefly consider that feeding the world - whether by organic or conventional methods - has hardly anything to do with agriculture and is mainly to do with finance and power.For the full article please click here.

Keywords: organic farming feed world global hunger starving famine conventional agriculture population human money nutrition World Bank TNC grain market Woodward

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