What is organic farming?

Many were delighted to see the introduction of chemicals in agriculture to what they could do.  Yields dropped.  Initially, the soil was healthy.  The damage caused by chemical fertilizers is hardly noticeable.  Insects did not develop resistance to chemicals.  The technology spread to the planet because it was considered a revolution in agriculture.  Flash forward to nowadays, and many people are surprised then at organic farming.  It is after learning that certain agricultural health diseases are accompanied by problems including cancer, pollution, soil and water depletion and the impact on domestic animals.


Organic farming is a technique that involves plant cultivation and animal husbandry in natural ways.  This method involves the use of organic materials, avoiding artificial materials to maintain soil fertility and environmental balance, as well as minimizing pollution and waste.  In other words, organic farming can be an agricultural process that involves growing and nurturing crops without the use of synthetic based fertilizers and pesticides.  Also, no genetically modified biologicals are allowed.

 It depends on environmentally balanced agricultural principles such as rotation of crops, green manure, organic waste, organic pest control, mineral and rock elimination.  Organic farms increase the use of pesticides and fertilizers if they are considered natural and avoid the use of various petrochemical fertilizers and pesticides.


" The International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IM), an international organization established in 1972 for organic farming, defines the goal of organic farming:
“Organic farming is a production system that maintains soil, environmental systems and people's health.  It depends on the optimal cycle of environmental processes, biodiversity, and local conditions, rather than the use of side effects inputs.  Organic farming combines traditional, innovation and science, benefits the common environment and promotes good relationships and a better life for all… "




The difference between organic and traditional farming


In normal farming, before sowing, the farmer will have to treat or dilute his farm using harsh chemicals to remove the naturally existing enzymes.  He will memorize the soil using petroleum based fertilizers.  On the flip side, organic farmers can prepare their land before sowing and make it better by sprinkling natural based fertilizers such as fertilizers, bone meal or shellfish chemicals.

 Before sowing, organic farmers will soak the seeds in fungus and pesticides to keep insects and insects at the bottom.  Insecticides are added to chemical irrigation water to prevent insects from stealing seeds.  Organic farmers, on the other hand, do not soak their seeds in a chemical solution, nor do they irrigate new-gain seeds with supplemental chemicals using water.  In fact, he will not even irrigate with council water, which is usually chlorinated to kill any bacteria.  It will depend on the natural rainfall or the rainwater used during the dry months.

 When the seeds are grown, and…

 Key Features of Organic Agriculture


  • Protecting soil quality and promoting organic activity when using organic materials
  •  Indirect arrangement of crop nutrients using soil microorganisms
  •  Nitrogen fixation in soil using fruit fruits
  •  Weed and pest control based on crop cycle, biodiversity, natural predators, biological fertilizers and chemical, thermal and biological intervention methods.
  •  Animal Husbandry, Parenting, Health, Breeding and Breeding Care
  •  Large environmental protection and conservation of natural habitat and wildlife

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