Will we ever be able to get the biodiversity of our crops back?

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    Constant monoculturing of a piece of land can leave the soil completely depleted of certain minerals and elements, making it a very hostile environment for plants and animals. However, because some plants produce as waste what other plants need as nutrients, it is always possible for a previously monocultured plot to have its biodiversity restored.

    For this to happen, however, agricultural laws will need to change to allow farmers to grow a variety of crops, each requiring different harvest times and methods of care, and still be profitable.

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