Speaking purely yield wise, industrial monoculture farms, like those that grow corn and soybeans across the US is the best way. Typically grown from patented and genetically modified seeds, increased productions from industrial agriculture can be traced back to in conception at the end of World War II. Since 1950, grain yields have increase for some crops by more than ten fold, although this has come at a price. These include increased use of fossil fuels, chemicals, pesticides, fertilizers and other possible health effects.
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