Crop Diversity Loss
Approximately 75% of the world's crop diversity has been lost since the early 1900s due to monoculture farming.
In 2021, total pesticide use in agriculture has doubled since 1990.
Around one-third of the world's soils are moderately to highly degraded, with various factors contributing, including monoculture farming practices.
Impact of Monoculture Farming
on Agriculture & Society
The slider picture vividly illustrates the negative impact of monoculture, showing a once-
green landscape turning into arid brown fields. This powerful imagery underscores the loss
of biodiversity and soil degradation caused by monoculture, emphasizing the importance of
raising awareness for a more sustainable agricultural future.
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