Principles of Organic Agriculture

The fundamental tenets of Health, Ecology, Fairness, and Care serve as the foundational principles upon which organic agriculture sprouts and evolves. These principles not only exemplify the potential of organic agriculture to contribute to the betterment of our world but also offer a vision for the enhancement of all forms of agriculture on a global scale. Organic agriculture, whether in the realms of farming, processing, distribution, or consumption, aims to uphold and enhance the well-being of ecosystems and life forms, ranging from the tiniest organisms in the soil to human beings.

Specifically, organic agriculture strives to yield high-quality, nourishing food that promotes preventative healthcare and overall wellness. To achieve this, it steers clear of the use of fertilizers, pesticides, animal pharmaceuticals, and food additives that could have detrimental health repercussions. Organic agriculture seeks to attain ecological equilibrium through the strategic design of farming systems, the creation of habitats, and the preservation of genetic and agricultural diversity.

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