Organic Coffee? Think Again

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If you get a chance to sip some shade-grown Mexican organic coffee, please pause a moment to thank the bats that helped make it possible according to Jim Erickson of University of Michigan.

In his article, he mentioned pesticides are banned in Mexican organic coffee plantations, but bats and birds work night and day to control insect pests that might otherwise munch the crop. Until now, the birds got nearly all the credit. But a new study from University of Michigan researchers shows that during the summer wet season, bats devour more bugs than the birds at Finca Irlanda, a 740-acre organic coffee plantation in Chiapas, Mexico.

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