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Organic Eco-System

The Concept

Present status and effects of In-organic farming in India

India is consuming banned GM food owing to lack of regulations

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Usage of Antibiotics in Healthy Animals and Spreading of Antibiotic Resistance

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Green revolution turned soil infertile

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The slow poisoning of Punjab

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Current status of

Organic Farming in India and the world

India is home to 30 per cent of the total organic producers in the world, but accounts for just 2.59 per cent (1.5 million hectares) of the total organic cultivation area of 57.8 million hectares, according to the World of Organic Agriculture 2018 report.

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  • 2018

    Organic Agriculture Report

  • 30 %

    total Organic Procedure

  • 3%

    Organic Cultivation Area

  • 1.5

    Million Hectares

Differences Between Organic and Conventional Farming Methods :

In conventional farming method, before seeds are sown, the farmer will have to treat or fumigate his farm using harsh chemicals to exterminate any naturally existing fungicides. He will fertilize the soil using petroleum based fertilizers. On the flip side, the organic farmer will prepare and enrich his land before sowing by sprinkling natural based fertilizers such as manure, bone meal or shellfish fertilizer. Before planting seeds, the organic farmer will soak the seeds in fungicides and pesticides to keep insects and pests at bay. Chemical are also incorporated in the irrigation water to prevent insects from stealing the planted seeds. On the other hand, the organic farmer will not soak his seeds in any chemical solution nor irrigate the newly planted seeds using water with added chemicals. In fact, he will not even irrigate with council water, which is normally chlorinated to kill any bacteria. He will depend on natural rain or harvest and stored rainwater to use during dry months.

When the seeds have sprung up, and it’s time to get rid of weeds, the conventional farmer will use weedicide to exterminate weeds. The organic farmer will not use such chemicals to get rid of the weed problem. Instead, he will physically weed out the farm, although it’s very labour intensive. Better still, the organic farmer can use a flame weeder to exterminate weeds or use animals to eat away the weeds. When it comes to consumption, it’s a no-brainer that anyone consuming products from the conventional farmer will absorb the pesticide and weedicide residues into the body, which could lead to developing dangerous diseases like cancer. People understand that health is important to them and that’s why they are going organic in record numbers today.

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