One of the driving forces behind organic farming is the fact that the use of resources and the environmental damage caused by these methods are much less than what’s seen with traditional agricultural systems. While this is true, it doesn’t mean that organic farming doesn’t have its own obstacles. For example, with organically grown produce, the yields are often smaller and it’s typically more expensive on the consumer level.
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