The contribution of organic agriculture to climate change mitigation

Agriculture is currently the most cost-effective, market-ready way to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Scientific research is needed to determine which agricultural techniques, practices, and systems will achieve actual climate mitigation.
The Farming Systems Trial offers an opportunity to examine the climate mitigation potentials of different existing agricultural systems. The results suggest the huge possibilities for agriculture. The trial showed that only the organic systems have sequestered significant amounts of carbon: up to 4.47 metric
tons of carbon dioxide per hectare per year. The Farming Systems Trial provides a scientific hope for agriculture