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5 Basic Methods of Organic Farming

People are now falling easily to chronic diseases primarily because of the amount of pesticides and fertilizers they unknowingly take through the food that they consume. Of course, no one would ever want to consciously consume these chemicals, but that can’t be helped since organic farming methods allow the use of a number of chemicals, […]

Is Organic Production Sufficient For Food Supply?

The way to understand the basic policies and the ethical considerations for organic production is to determine its values. There are three basic values under which organic farming falls under—sufficient, healthy, and sustainable. To better focus on the importance of organic food production for societies, we need to take a look further into whether it […]

The Key Features of Organic Farming

When you pass by a farm or want to buy directly from a farm, how would you know that one is organic and the other is a conventional farm? Are there any tell-tale signs that would glaringly point out to you that a particular farm is organic and not? The basic feature of an organic […]

The 4 Principles of Organic Farming

To fully understand organic farming and production, you need to get to know the principles that guide it. Organic farming is more than just not using pesticides, chemicals, genetically modified organisms, antibiotics, and growth hormones. It is a holistic system that aims to maximize the productivity and the diversity of the agro-ecosystem, including the people […]

Understanding Organic Farming and Organic Production

The key to understanding organic farming and organic production is getting to know the processes and the principles that guide them. Contrary to popular belief, organic farming is more than just not using pesticides and other chemicals to grow your crops. Organic farming and production is a “holistic system” that aims to maximize the functions […]