An Editor’s View – China’s Organic Farming

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Over 50% of Chinese live in rural areas, farming the land. Runoff from fertilizers, pesticides and animal waste is polluting China’s rivers and contaminating produce. A few Chinese farmers are experimenting with organic agriculture to address these issues.

In this audio gallery IRP Gatekeeper Christy George discusses her visit to one of these organic farms.

Click below to learn more about how Organic farming practices could help stem pollution:


Slide show photos by: Ann Derry, New York Times, and Louise Lief, International Reporting Project (IRP).

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