For the first time in decades, the number of organic greens in America is increasing, according to a new study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
The number of chinese greenhouses rose from 5.6 million in 2001 to 7.4 million in 2015, according the study, which was released Monday.
Organic greens have been on the rise for more than a decade, as farmers across the country started growing their own greens in large numbers in the 1990s and 2000s.
The new study, by researchers at the USDA Agricultural Research Service, said that while the rise in organic gardeners is encouraging, it’s still too early to tell whether the green trend will continue.
“We can’t say whether this is going to continue or whether it’s just going to stop,” said Stephanie Kelleher, a USDA researcher and lead author of the report.
“It’s not just about the greens, it is also about the animals that we are feeding to our food.
So we need to keep in mind that these are not the only greens that are in the garden.
We also need to look at the insects and the insects in the soil as well.”
Organic greens aren’t just for the garden The report focused on organic greenhouses because they were the most popular option in the past few years.
Organic gardeners have been growing greenhouses for years, and it’s only in the last few years that organic garden production has surpassed conventional production, the USDA report found.
Organic greenhouses typically have large beds of grasses and plants, with rows of watermelons, sunflowers, and tomatoes in the center.
The plants in organic gardens are typically larger and have fewer pests and disease problems than those in conventional gardens, Kellehar said.
“When we look at what is the most effective way to grow these greens, organic is the way to go.”
Organic garden farms have a lot of advantages compared to conventional gardens.
They’re more environmentally friendly.
They don’t require pesticides and fertilizers.
They require fewer chemicals to grow.
And they don’t have the same labor costs, Kealher said.
There are also a lot fewer pesticides and herbicides used in organic greenhouse production, because they’re grown on a smaller scale, the report found, meaning that they don, in fact, use fewer pesticides.
A number of environmental groups, including the Center for Food Safety and the Sierra Club, have been pushing the USDA to include organic greens into the national organic program, which provides incentives for farmers to grow organic greens and sell them to consumers.
That’s because the USDA said in 2015 that its goal was to have 100% of organic produce sold as fresh to consumers by 2025.
But the report shows that organic greenhouses are growing in popularity.
The report found that organic gardens in 2016 were up from 1.5 million in 2017 to 2.6 years earlier.
It’s also the first year that organic greens have exceeded conventional garden production, and the USDA says it expects the trend to continue.
The USDA also released new data on organic greenhouse production in 2020, including data on the number and type of plants grown, the size of greenhouses, and how much pesticide they use.
It also said it expects organic green houses to grow more in 2021.