How to integrate Ecologically-Based Rodent Management with organic farming?

A question that often comes around and that deserves attention. Frequently, organic farming practices create favourable environments for rodent survival. Nevertheless, there exists an opportunity for integration to mitigate rodent populations. While preserving all the advantages of specific organic methods may not be feasible, numerous potential alternatives can be devised once we grasp rodents’ behaviour and how they respond to ecosystem shifts. The complex interplay between rodent populations and agricultural practices underscores the necessity for a harmonious approach that reconciles the benefits of organic farming with rodent habitat management.

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