Is organic farming regulated?
Yes, organic farming is regulated. Asia, Australia, Europe and North America represent the continents where organic farming and its regulation predominate. Organic farming in Canada and the United States responds to different regulating bodies and regulations even though both countries occupy space in North America.
Yes, organic farming is successful. It makes use of farm products whose cultivation, marketing and sale adhere to specific procedures and standards. Its success may be measured culturally, economically, politically and socially and viewed as desirable culturally, lucrative economically, prestigious socially and regulated politically.
Organic Farming-Organic farming is a kind of farming that relies on techniques such as crop rostation etc.
There are several limitations of organic farming. One is that synthetic pesticides are not used in true organic farming, so it is much more labor intensive than non-organic farming.
Organic farming can be done anywhere in the world.
The basic differences between organic and conventional farming is that conventional farming uses synthetic fertilizers and pesticides and organic doesn't. Instead, organic farming uses other means of controlling pests and weeds, and organic materials to enhance the soil. Organic also does not use GMO seeds and conventional farming may use them.
Organic farming is done without the use of chemicals of any kind. It requires much more effort than regular farming.
Yes, organic farming is a method of growing food without the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. It is a type of farming.
Farming, integrated farming systems, and pure organic farming are the types of organic farming. Integrated nutrient and pest management characterize farming whereas local-resource, low-input recycling to include fish, goat, mushroom and poultry components distinguish integrated farming systems. Pure organic farming focuses upon the use of bio-pesticides and organic manures for edible, ornamental, wildflowering and woody plant production.
Hydroponic farming is a soiless type of farming which is usually done indoors. It can be organic or not. It's totally up to those doing the farming. For example: they may use pesticides or spray on fertilizer. In short hydroponic farming has nothing to do with if its organic or not.
Non-organic farming, usually called conventional farming. uses synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. Unlike organic farming, GMO crops can be grown. About 95% of US crops are produced using conventional farming techniques.
No. Organic farming is a method of farming for which no synthetic chemicals are used. This includes fertilizers and all types of pesticides. An organic compound is a substance. No. As said below organic faming uses no man made chemicals and organic compounds are carbon based.
The advantage of conventional farming is that it is less labor intensive. The advantage of organic farming is that synthetic chemicals are not used.
In true organic farming, the soil is built up with organic matter, which means nutrients in the soil are replenished. In non-organic farming, fertilizers are used to replenish certain nutrients only, while other nutrients may be depleted. In that sense, soil (nutrients in the soil) last longer in organic farming.
There is money to be made in organic farming. Many people in the world are looking for organic fruits and vegetables to supplement their diet.
Organic farming does not include the use of harmful synthetic chemicals.
How do African Night Crawlers contribute to organic farming?
Traditional Farming is completely different from Organic farming, which are not allowed to use fertilizers and pesticides, traditional farming allows you to use such things, and i a lot cheaper than organic.
this is the farming on organic foods. Organic foods is another way of saying all natural food. Not sprayed by products
Yes, all farming was organic before the manufacture of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides.
opposite of organic farming
There are three different types of agriculture. These are Industrial Farming, Organic Farming, and Crop Farming. Industrial farming is big time farming. Crop farming is done by families, usually, and organic farming is done without using pesticides.
There are two types of farming (as you said). The two types are organic and in-organic.
Control, demand, and freshness are ways in which organic farming is superior to conventional farming. Organic production demands the use of local inputs and on-site resources. The result is control in the sense of avoidance of chemicals and tailoring to local needs.
In most countries, yes.
The biggest thing that many people don't realize is that organic or "natural" farming is not the key to feed over 9 billion people in the world. Organic farming is also more expensive, labour-intensive and time-consuming than conventional or "industrial" type farming. Organic farming really isn't the rural romantic vision of farming that the average urbanite thinks of when they hear such a word. Organic farming really is no different from the large-scale conventional ways… Read More
There is no such thing as "inorganic" farming. There's farming, then there's organic farming.
Organic farming does not have an author. It was done from the very start of farming until people discovered how to make synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, and it is done today.
In organic farming, the farmer is allowed to use only approved, natural-based pesticides, or antibiotics for his animals or crops. The products coming from organic farms are only grown/fed with 100% pure products. In conventional farming, the farmer is allowed to use pesticides and antibiotics for his animals or crops. This type of farming is far easier than Organic as if animal becomes ill there are no precautions to ensure you remain organic.
Organic farming is not harmful to the environment, but it is good for the environment. The food from organic farming has no synthetic pesticides and it may be more nutritious due to compost and other nutrients and macro-nutrients being added to the soil.
Define normal... there are many types of 'normal' farming. There's hardly any difference between normal farming. as long as you dont use chemicals to spray the crops, and organic farming...
Generally speaking, the main difference is in the amount of labor involved. Organic farming typically takes more labor to produce the same kind of crop as in intensive farming, due to the lack of industrially-produced pesticides and fertilizers. While there are organic pesticides and fertilizers, there is not the wide variety and efficacy of products as for intensive farming. So hand labor must be used to counter the effects of pests, and to apply the… Read More
Organic farming is the form of agriculture that relies on techniques such as rotation, green, compost and biological pest control. Organic farming uses fertilizers and pesticides but excludes or strictly limits the use of manufactured (synthetic) fertilizers, pesticides (which include herbicides, insecticides and fungicides), regulators such as hormones, livestock antibiotics, food additives, genetically modified organisms, human sewage sludge, and nonmaterial. Organic agricultural methods are internationally regulated and legally enforced by many nations, based in large… Read More
Ancient civilizations are the originators of organic farming. Asian civilizations from more than 5,000 years ago leave evidence of organic farming that archaeologists uncover. They predate the industrial chemicals and synthetics that define agro-industrial, commercial, conventional, industrial agriculture and show that in ancient times conventional and organic farming were synonymous.
Organic farming is much more labor intensive than non-organic farming and is often more expensive to do.
Organic farming (growing without the use of synthetic fertilizers or pesticides) is practiced throughout the world.
Mukund Joshi has written: 'New vistas of organic farming' -- subject(s): Organic farming
Yes, organic farming is sustainable. Sustainability refers to the quality, reliability, and survival of resources, all of which is encouraged and supported by organic farming's emphases upon local, on-site, and organic inputs.
Do no environmental harm is the organic farming rule. Organic farmers therefore refrain from chemical, genetically modified, non-local, and off-site inputs. Organic farming requires attention to the health of the soil and of its soil food web and the coordination of well-being with weather and wildlife.
Reliance upon restricted markets, procedures and resources is the risk of organic farming. Organic farming relies upon local, natural, on-site economies, inputs, and outputs. The restricted customer base and methods mean that organic farming is susceptible to problems which respond to chemical fungicides (which is why grape-growing often may be organic except regarding anti-fungal controls) and vulnerable to changing consumer preferences.
James L. Kelly has written: 'Organic farming' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Organic farming
Anne Vine has written: 'Organic farming systems in England and Wales' -- subject(s): Organic farming
Organic farming is better for the environment and rids our environment of toxic chemicals that can be harmful to plants, animals, and people.
Organic food is very healthy and tasty. organic farming was destroyed by factories.
An unknown ancient is the first person to use organic farming. Organic farming proliferates thousands of years after its original popularity throughout the ancient African, American, Asian, Australian and European continents. It also serves as the ancient basis for insular farming, such as on the Emerald Isle.
when did Mario Levi come to the Rio grande valley of Texas to consult big farming on organic way of farming and what publication wrote about it he is considered one of the fathers of organic farming in israel? s f hrrmnf i
organic farming is where they don't use any chemicals as intensive farming does. a better explanation: organic farming is where the farm uses is more environmentally friendly, but it makes a smaller yield is more expensive and takes up more space to make crops. intensive farming is better for cheaper food, more yield made, not that good for environment but don't need many workers or space.
sorry I meant organic farming
No synthetic chemicals are used in organic gardening/farming.