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Organic farms are farms that utilize practices like green manure, crop rotation, and biological pest control to maintain sustainability and produce organic foods.
Well, Organic farming is the natural way of farming which most of our great grand parents were practising. Only being fine tuned and improved.

It should be FREE from Synthetic raw materials like Artificial or Chemical Fertilisers, Chemicals Pesticides, Hormones, Antibiotics, Weed killers (Weedicides), etc..

The farm should be at least some safe distance away from Pollutants like factories, cities, Dusty or Traffic exhausts, or even other farms which do Chemical or Pesticides sprays.

Ideally the cultivated crops should be covered to prevent acid rain or other pollutants from the air to contaminate the crops.
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