Environmental Benefits of Organic Food

Growing organic food is pro-environment and prevents soil pollution. Inorganic farming methods can cause degradation of top soil quality and destroy the nutrient content of plants. The plants absorb the inorganic substances.  Organic food producers refrain from using inorganic means to grow their produce, instead they resort to practices such as sufficient soil tilling, continuous soil monitoring and checking the pH and water content, ensuring proper water drainage, using organic manure and substances to provide nutrients to the plants and improving soil quality, and keeping away pests by organic methods. They work hard to maintain the right temperature, moisture and soil quality conducive for the growth of plants.

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