UN report: Organic farming 'could feed Africa'  
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Organic farming offers benefits to Africa. A recent study conducted by the United Nations has concluded that organic farming methods could be the best way for the African continent to achieve abundance and food security.

An analysis of 114 growing projects throughout 24 countries found that yields more than doubled with the use of organic practices, which also bring environmental benefits such as improved soil fertility, better retention of water and resistance to drought.

A green thumbs up, United Nations and all growers in Africa, for these encouraging findings. Blessed be the splendid African people to flourish in natural abundance and plent

UN Report download (pdf)