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That's assuming you're

That's assuming you're dealing with rich weirdos who can afford the luxury of organic farming. Organic farming simply isn't feasible on a large scale when you have a limited supply of land, an increasingly overpopulated world, and farmers who have notes to pay on their lands.

On the subject of which yields more, organic farming does not yield more food per acre in any manner of statistical spin than do standard farming practices.

Even replacing "beneficial bacteria" no longer qualifies the farming as organic, and furthermore, those bacteria are nitrogen fixing, and tend to work better with nitrogen supplementation, also not organic.

Large corporations have spent billions of dollars and millions of man-hours on research and I find it incredible to believe they would know less about the best solutions for farming than some person on youtube.