WHAT IS IT?

 
Organic agriculture is the chemical-free process of agriculture from production to consumption, where each stage is carefully monitored and certified. The main purpose is to provide healthy nutrition without polluting the air, water, soil resources and protecting the environment. Modern production techniques that have no harm on the environment and to human health are being used for organic agriculture. It also supports sustainable agriculture and development, eco-tourism, biodiversity conservation, erosion, combat against desertification and climate change.

HOW
TO APPLY?

 
There are two essential points to be considered in organic agriculture: First is the use of certified seeds and the second is the chemical-free fight against the pests. Farmers need to be trained to start applying these techniques.

CONTROL -  
FERTILIZATION

 
Organic fertilization methods include no synthetic fertilizers or chemical drugs. Instead, following organic practices are applied: use of organic and green manure, beneficial parasites and predators, crop rotation, preserving soil fertility.