As a holistic farm management approach, organic farming aims to create a socially, environmentally, and economically sustainable food production system. More precisely, organic farming is based on managing agroecosystem rather than relying on external farming inputs, such as pesticides, artificial fertilizers, additives, and genetically modified organisms which come with a lot of challenges to both farmers and the environment.
In other words, organic farming involves the use of traditional farm practices in combination with advanced scientific research and modern farm innovations. For example, using manuring and biological soil disinfestation instead of synthetic fertilizers. Organic farmers are true lifesavers who work hard to grow healthy and nutritious crops. Additional responsibility for them is to maintain or enhance the most important natural resources while practicing sustainable agriculture for future generations.