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    Benefits Of Organic Food

    Benefits Of Organic Farming For Farmers, Consumers And Environment

    Farmers involved in conventional farming can learn about organic farming which itself is a science and at the same time is more lucrative in terms of money when compared to conventional farming.

    Researchers in the United States have found that by following organic farming methods, conventional farmer’s can actually reduce production cost by over 25%. This is accomplished by eliminating the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, minimizing soil erosion by up to 50% and increasing crop yields up to five-fold within five years

    In America researchers have found that if a farmer follows organic farming methods he can reduce the cost of production by almost 25% as he will eliminate the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers and minimize erosion of soil by almost 50% and enhance crop yield by 5 fold within 4 to 5 years time.

    It does not matter what type of products a farmer produces it all depends on a well planned transition strategy from conventional to organic farming. Generally this transition will take 3 to 5 years.

    It has been observed that organic farms are more environment friendly and they support wildlife particularly in lowlands where herbivores can graze on grassland and roam on pastures. In fact by following theo organic farming methods whole eco-system benefits.

    Organically grown products are free from harmful chemicals, artificial flavors and preservatives that ultimately cost consumers money when they purchase non-organically grown products. You can always taste the difference between organically grown and conventionally grown products.

    Foods grown organically are free from harmful chemicals, preservatives and artificial flavors hence they are safer to eat and taste better in comparison to conventionally grown food.



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