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Bhutan Aims to Become World’s First 100% Organic Nation

Bhutan aims to become the first country in the world to grow all of its crops using only organic agricultural practices within the next 10 years. Citing a desire to preserve the environment for both ecological and religious reasons, government officials say farmers will completely phase out artificial chemicals, relying instead on animal and farm [...]
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