Promoting Organic Foods through a Blend of Organic and Cutting-Edge Farming Methods: Feeding the World While Saving the Earth

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Marrielle S. Veloso


We receive a multitude of benefits from the natural environment that are hard to quantify in monetary terms. In addition to producing food and medicine, lowering chemical and noise pollution, reducing flooding, calming our streets, and cleaning the air and water, environments also aid. Therefore, it is imperative that the environment be taken into consideration in order to prevent food insecurity. A prevalent notion is that organic farming is more sustainable than conventional farming. In order to support the production of organic foods through organic farming, this study makes use of a comprehensive review of studies and literature. Therefore, this paper restates just how essential it is for organic food to be produced everywhere in the world. When compared to conventional farming, organic farming produces fewer pollutants per unit of agricultural production in terms of the environment and climate change. However, other critics would say that expanding organic farming would result in more destruction of natural ecosystems and higher production costs, which would make food more expensive for low-income people in developing nations. Sustainable agriculture and food security do not revolve around organic farming; however, clever blending of organic and conventional techniques can lead to long-term gains in agricultural productivity worldwide without destroying the environment.

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