With increased momentum from the farm-to-fork movement and environmentally aware consumers, the organic food industry is going mainstream. But, going back to basics—farming in accord with nature and eschewing many of the practices of conventional agriculture—is not so easy. And one of the biggest challenges organic farmers face is simply finding locally adapted plant varieties that will thrive under organic farming conditions.
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