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Biodiversity management of organic farming enhances agricultural sustainability
Liu H. T.; Meng, J.; Bo, W. J.; Cheng, D.; Li, Y.; Guo, L. Y.; Li, C. H.; Zheng, Y. H.; Liu, M. Z.; Ning, T. Y.; Wu, G. L.; Yu, X. F.; Feng, S. F.; Tana, W. Y.; Li, J.; Li, L. J.; Zeng, Y.; Liu, S. V.; Jiang, G. M.
Source PublicationScientific Reports
2016
Volume6
Keywordfood security intensification herbicide biosolids systems people carbon weeds risk
AbstractOrganic farming (OF) has been believed to be capable of curtailing some hazardous effects associated with chemical farming (CF). However, debates also exist on whether OF can feed a world with increasing human population. We hypothesized that some improvements on OF may produce adequate crops and reduce environmental pollutions from CF. This paper makes comparative analysis of crop yield, soil organic matter and economic benefits within the practice on Biodiversity Management of Organic Farming (BMOF) at Hongyi Organic Farm (HOF) over eight years and between BMOF and CF. Linking crop production with livestock to maximal uses of by-products from each production and avoid xenobiotic chemicals, we have achieved beneficial improvement in soil properties, effective pest and weed control, and increased crop yields. After eight years experiment, we have obtained a gradual but stable increase in crop yields with a 9.6-fold increase of net income. The net income of HOF was 258,827 dollars and 24,423 dollars in 2014 and 2007 respectively. Thus, BMOF can not only feed more population, but also increase adaptive capacity of agriculture ecosystems and gain much higher economic benefits.
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Language英语
ISSN2045-2322
DOI10.1038/srep23816
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Document TypeSCI/SSCI论文
Identifierhttp://ir.igsnrr.ac.cn/handle/311030/42745
Collection历年回溯文献
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Liu H. T.,Meng, J.,Bo, W. J.,et al. Biodiversity management of organic farming enhances agricultural sustainability. 2016.
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