#NaturesGOLD, what makes organic farming unique?
Organic farming is agriculture that makes healthy food, healthy soils, healthy plants, and healthy environments a priority, along with crop productivity. … Organic production systems do not use genetically modified (GM) seed, synthetic pesticides or fertilizers.
Reduced Exposure to Pesticides and Chemicals
If every farmer is converted to organic production, we could eliminate 500 million pounds of persistent and harmful pesticides from entering the environment annually.
Pesticide and chemical use results in many negative environmental issues:
- Pesticides allow disease resistance to build up in plants, weeds, plant-eating-insects, fungi, and bacteria.
- Pesticides and chemicals sprayed on plants contaminate the soil, water supply, and air. Sometimes these harmful pesticides stick around for decades (maybe longer).
- Synthetic chemicals also discourage smart farming practices such as cover crops and crop rotation, which in turn, may cause other harmful environmental problems like erosion.
Organic Farming Builds Healthy Soil
To grow healthy food, you must start with healthy soil. If you treat the soil with harmful pesticides and chemicals, you may end up with soil that cannot thrive on its own. Natural cultivation practices are far better than chemical soil management.
Organic farming builds up organic soil matter better than conventional no-till farming.
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✅ 1) Organic matter additives to the soil
✅ 2) conditioning soil fertility
✅ 3) Neutralizes acid in the soil
✅ 4) Increases garden productivity over time
✅ 5) Improves soil structure & holding capacity
Benefits for the plant:
✅muscle & body resistance build-up
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