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Farming - Prezi template
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Outline of sustainable agriculture
Sustainable agriculture integrates three main goals, environmental health, economic profitability, and social and economic equity. These goals have been defined by a variety of philosophies, policies and practices, from the vision of farmers and consumers. Perspectives and approaches are very diverse, the following topics intend to help understanding what sustainable agriculture is. - Your demo text -
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Farming Demo Headline
Organic farming, which doesn't rely on chemical pesticides or fertilizers, has become so popular that even big box stores like Wal-Mart have brands of organic products. You could address the struggles facing organic farmers who are growing clean food in polluted soil, competing with non-organic farmers and dealing with continually changing and often nebulous organic farming definitions and standards. - Your demo text -
Genetically modified foods are a hot-button issue. Supporters of the practice praise scientists for using biotechnology to create hardy, disease-resistant plant species that grow bigger and faster in poorer conditions. Others are concerned that genetically modified crops might breed with wild crops and cause undesired changes in local ecosystems. - Your demo text -
Genetically Modified Foods