About 40 percent of the Earth was agriculture in 2004. In that year, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations released a report saying that biodiversity on agricultural land was dangerously low in places, and farmland that was not diverse enough in species had a risk of degrading into uselessness if not dealt with carefully. Alternatively, species diversity on farmlands can cause the various things produced (for instance squash and beans) be produced in greater quantities and without pulling nutrients from the soil.
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