Conventional vs. Organic
Both methods have their pros and cons, but is one better than the other?
Researchers at Iowa State University are targeting an answer to one of the most deliberated topics in agriculture — which is better, conventional or organic farming methods?
A 16-year study at the Neely-Kinyon research farm south of Greenfield has shown little to no difference in the yields of the two growing methods in corn and soybeans.
Kathleen Delate, a professor of agronomy and horticulture at ISU, presented their findings to more than 60 visitors Tuesday on soil quality and pest management while comparing yields in conventional and organic growing methods.
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