Organic Farming Vs Conventional Farming

Traditional agriculture contributes to elevated levels of greenhouse gas emissions, soil erosion, water contamination, and poses risks to human health. In contrast, organic farming has a reduced carbon footprint, promotes the preservation and enhancement of soil health, and rejuvenates natural ecosystems, leading to cleaner water and air, all while avoiding the presence of toxic pesticide residues. Nonetheless, transitioning entirely to organic farming may not be without challenges.

One significant obstacle is the necessity to abstain from agricultural inputs derived from industrial sources. The production of organic inputs often requires a considerable amount of time, and it can be quite demanding to entirely replace all the inputs needed for farming through organic means. In practical terms, a complete shift to organic farming may present logistical difficulties.

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