Organic agriculture

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Organic farming is an approach to growing food that focuses on sustainable practices that minimize negative impact on the environment. Unlike conventional agriculture, which uses artificial fertilizers and pesticides, organic farming is based on natural methods.

Organic farming promotes healthy soils through the use of natural fertilizers, composting and crop rotation. Harmful chemicals that can pollute water and soil and harm the health of humans and Animals are avoided.

Organic farming also cares for biodiversity. The preservation of natural habitats for wild animals and pollinating insects such as bees is promoted. Without bees and other pollinating insects, many plants would not be able to reproduce, leading to reduced food availability.

Buying food from organic farming supports farmers who work with respect for the environment and health. It is also a way to promote a sustainable food system that takes care of our planet and future generations.

Organic farming is not only a fashionable trend, but also an important step towards environmental and health protection. It is worth paying attention to what we eat and what agricultural practices we support. Together, we can influence positive change and build a better future for all of us and our planet.