What Is Conventional Farming?

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Conventional farming is a term that describes any farming not dedicated to alternative schemes. Fundamentally, it is the type of farming that dominated the 20th century and which accounts for most farming nowadays. In conventional farming, chemical fertilisers, intensive mass animal farming as well as chemical plant protectants are general.
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