Why Organic

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In the beginning Earth’s air, water and atmosphere was clean and refreshing. The soil of the Earth was rich and productive; the waterways were clear, fresh and unpolluted. Everything was naturally balanced. This balance made it easy to grow wholesome, healthy crops.

As the time passed on, this natural order got disrupted. More and more de-forestation of the forest, aggressive use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides which leaving their marks behind and moreover due to Industrialization, the industrial waste, automobiles, nuclear tests and the disposal of nuclear waste which being invading our waterways, sky and soil creating more serious problem to the Earth and adding their contaminates.

Every were surrounding the whole Universe, the dangerous poisonous pollutants are flowing throughout our environment at an alarming rate. They are in the water we drink, the food we eat and in the air we breathe. Silently, they are spreading their deadly toxins to plants, animals and people all around the world. At almost every point in the water cycle, toxins are being added. Food chains are being robbed of their nutritional value, as unwholesome substances infiltrate these chains.

This vicious enemy must be stopped! Yet our way of life is so entangled with the things that are causing pollution, we simply choose to ignore them. Many people’s livelihood depends on the very things that are polluted and destroyed. We must not be beguiled by our devices, rather we must be responsible. We can no longer allow ourselves to destroy the balance of nature. We must use our efforts to restore it.

If you agree, then let’s join forces. This cause needs the help of everyone who is willing to share in what’s ever way one can. Our talents, knowledge and energies can be focused to purge our environment of these destructive elements. Let’s join our efforts to restore this vital balance of nature. It must be restored!

We would like to share these discoveries with you to help us neutralize the toxins in our environment, while working together we strive to make our world happier and healthier place to live.

What is Organic Agriculture ?

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Organic Agriculture is an ecological production management system that promotes and enhances biological cycle and soil biological activity. It is based on minimal use of off-farm inputs and on management practices that restores, maintains and enhances ecological harmony.

Organic Agriculture practices cannot ensure that products are completely free of residues. However, methods are used to minimize pollution from air, soil and water.

The primary goal of organic agriculture is to optimize the health and productivity of interdependent communities of soil life, plants, animals and people.

Why we need Organic Agriculture ?

Protect Future Generations

You receive four times the exposure of at least eight widely used cancer causing pesticides in food. The food choice will impact your child's health in the future.

Prevent Soil Erosion

Soil is the foundation of the farming. But chemically fertilized soil is used excessively for getting extra yield which causes the soil erosion.

Protect Water Quality

Water makes up two third of our body mass and covers three fourths of the planet. Chemical pesticides (some cancer causing) contaminate the ground water in polluting the primary source of your drinking water.

Save Energy

More energy is used to produce synthetic fertilizers. Organic farming is based upon labor-intensive practices such as weeding by hand and using green manure. Organic produce uses less energy Therefore saving in energy.

Keep Chemicals Off Your Plate

A EPA considers 60%of all herbicides, 90% of all fungicides and 30% of all insecticides are carcinogenic. Chemical Pesticides are poisons designed to kill living organisms, and are also harmful to humans. In addition to cancer, pesticides are linked to birth defects, nerve damage and genetic mutation.

Protect Farm Workers Health

A Cancer Institute study found that farmers exposed to Chemical Pesticides had a six time greater risk than non-farmer. Pesticides poisoning among farm workers have raised an average of 14% per year. Field workers suffer the highest rates of occupational illness.

Promote Biodiversity

Monocropping is the practice of planning large plots of land with the same crop year after year. While this approach tripled farm production has left the soil lacking in natural minerals and nutrients. To replace the nutrients, chemical fertilizers are used which only compounds the problem.

Healthy Food

Organic farming starts with an abundance of nutrients in the soil, which leads to the nourishment of the plant. which ultimately gives true flavour, better taste and healthy food. That's why many chefs use organic foods in their recipes.

Environment Friendly

A Cancer Institute study found that farmers exposed to Organic inputs are biodegradable, residual free, easy available, cost effective, do not effect the balance of nature and non pollutants.