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01 may 2012

Feeding the world requires both organic and conventional farming

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Marc Montgomery interviews Verena Seufert

Many people pay a premium to make sure the food they eat is grown organically. But a new study by scientists at Montreal's McGill University suggests that feeding the world without destroying the planet is going to take a combination of both organic and conventional agriculture. Marc Montgomery speaks with a co-author of the study, which is published in the journal Nature.

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