What is agrobiodiversity?

What is agrobiodiversity?

Bees ensure the pollination of crops while earthworms and other microorganisms contribute to soil health. In the agricultural sector, nature plays a prominent role. Plants, insects, birds and flowers are just a few biological factors that all have a positive effect on agricultural production.

In this way, agriculture is less dependent on such inputs as pesticides and artificial fertilisers. Therefore, biological diversity is an important key for sustainable and high quality agriculture.

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