Organic Pest Management

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The key to managing pests and weeds on organic farms is to reduce their impact by using different management practices.

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  • organic
  • pests
  • weeds
  • organic pest management
  • organic food
  • organic farming
  • insects
  • disease
  • biodiversity
  • farm
  • farming
  • inputs

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