Ecologically friendly agriculture doesn’t compromise crop yields, study says

Sowing flowering legumes in cereal crops is a way to add diversity to agricultural fields. Here crimson clover, Persian clover and squarrose clover have been sown in oats. In this experiment, SLU researchers investigated whether undersown legumes can promote various ecosystem services, such as pest control provided by natural enemies. Photo: Anna Lundmark

Increasing diversity in crop production benefits biodiversity without compromising crop…

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