Written on September 17, 2011 – 12:00 am | by admin
The Organic farming process: an explanation relies on crop rotation, green manure, compost, biological pest control, restriction s or limits on the use of fertilizers, herbicides, insecticides, hormones, antibiotics, food additives and modified organisms.
Organic farming takes seeds that are free of genetically modified organisms and plant them in soil that is supplied with irrigation water. The weed control is handled through cultivating, mowing, hand weeding, covering up of crops, and crop flamer. The farmers take the fruit, vegetables and grains that have grown and extract the nutrients from the raw materials and the by products are returned to the field.
The products are recycled and the natural water that flows from the natural rivers and natural fall offs is used to feed the crops and many organic farmers surround their farm with ecofriendly atmospheres to keep the organic quality to their crops. Organic farmers increase soil fertility by increasing organic matter. They add dung, animal urine, compost and partially decomposed plants to the soil. These natural ingredients help the crops to grow and flourish without adding any type of growth hormone or unsafe ingredients. Most things in organic farming are free of genetically modified organisms and come from the earth.