Research questions biodiversity benefits of organic farming

Scientists have concluded that it makes more sense to set land aside for nature rather than subsidising organic farming across much of the UK’s countryside. But some of their co-researchers say they are jumping the gun

Butterfly, picture taken by Melanie Stone
Butterfly, picture taken by Melanie Stone

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