25 October 2015
Farm to Loaf Symposium

Hear Nick Fradgley talking about our unique wheat populations

5 November 2015
National Soil Symposium

The top 6 inches: Practical ways to build great soil

9 October 2015
Role of hedgerows in supporting soil biodiversity

Organic farmers needed for landscape-scale study

2 October 2015
Using biomass from landscape elements for woodfuel

Outputs from the TWECOM project

7 July 2015
Launch of ORC Wakelyns Population

Pioneering wheat population launched at NOCC15

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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