Prince Charles Wants Organic Indian Farms

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Prince Charles EatingQueen Elizabeth isn’t the only member of the Royal Family weighing in on environmental issues: during a video conference displayed in India last week, Prince Charles noted that “worldwide organic farming has to reduce greenhouse gas to the extent of 35%”, and that number has to be assisted by Indian farmers. A main concern in India for switching to organic farming is that it will lead to less crop yield, and lower productivity, but due to recent technological advancements, that’s not the case anymore. Along with promoting organic foods, the Prince spoke harshly of genetically modified foods, and urged Indian farmers to remove themselves from their production because of health and environmental issues. Good tips from the Prince!

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