Current issues in Adoption of Organic Farming practices

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Initially, Agricultural scientists largely ignored organic farming and gardening but the agricultural colleges and experiment stations were increasingly besieged it with letters of inquiry from the public and it became to be impossible to ignore the organic movement.

  The target to summarize that concept of organic farming.

My article named as ‘The Great Organic Gradening Myth

Finally, as consumer acceptance of organic foods increase and more farms convert to organic farming method, cost are expected to drop and lead to lower consumer prices. This will inevitably flue better, more efficient and standardized organic farming methods further lowering costs and consumer prices.

   I observe that the agricultural trade of developing countries during this period represents only 50% of total world exports and it is concerned practically.

The article shows that organic agriculture is characterized by higher soil quality and reduced nutrition   or pesticides leaching compared to non-organic about the agriculture, but the positive effects on biological control services or emission of greenhouse gases are less evident.

Yield gaps between organic and inorganic agriculture are on average 20% but vary between crops and regions. Given the environmental risk that are associated with intensive, nonorganic agriculture, farming practices should be modified to decreases risk.

Organic agriculture can be more environmentally friendly alternative, but individual farming practices need improvement to meet the demands of a growing human population. Further growth of the organic farming sector will contribute to reduce the negative environment impact of agriculture.

Organic sector in Tanzania is predominantly export orientated supported by development funding and aimed at improving incomes.

Holistic and multi-perspective analysis revealed that organic agriculture is making efficient use of resources in the current institutional context and building upon existing livelihood strategies.

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The sections are the development and essential characteristics of organic farming in Indian context; comparative account between organic farming and conventional farming; importance of organic farming in environmentally friendly approaches; working with natural cycles relevance of organic crop production in food security; yield potential and trends of organic farming; rural economic linkages its scope and limitations; and legislation procedures adopted by various countries. Organizations and financial aspects of organic farming are associated.

However, with the production of organic certificates standards, an acceleration of consumer acceptance of organic foods increases and more farms convert to organic farming methods, costs are expected to drop and lead to lower consumer’s prices.

This is inevitably flue better, more efficient and standardized organic farming methods further lowering costs and consumer’s prices. For example; Plants that will produce plastics, industries chemicals, and even vaccines to counteract many diseases.

 

Author

name: Amina Rehman

Roll no : BAGF18E022, From college of Agriculture,Uos

Supervisor : Dr. yaseen,

Department of Agriculture Extension, College of Agiculture,UoS

 

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