10 ways Indian farmers can be benefited from organic farming in 2020

For the climate and with less investment, organic farming is virtuous. In reality, organic farming also saves a lot of money, and from existing flora and fauna, natural fertilizers are also produced. Likewise, organic farmers do not need to rely on chemical fertilizers , herbicides and synthetic pesticides (ammonium nitrate, urea, etc.). Organic farming is obviously based on natural methods instead of agricultural machinery, which is highly detrimental to the climate. Organic farming is more economical than inorganic farming because it is eco-friendly, affordable and also available free of charge and not only because the loss from organic farming would be smaller if any natural disasters arise in the future.


Farming in India. Agriculture in 2020.
Farms in India

Self Sufficiency

In the last decade, many of us have noted that framers have committed suicide due to financial pressures and unpaid debts. The only major explanation behind it is the reliance on costly chemical fertilizers that often pushes farmers for the loan. But farmers are not dependent on industrial fertilizers through organic farming; they have to rely on natural resources and traditional knowledge to produce fruitful results. More self-sufficient, they are.


Non-toxic crops and Heathier soil

Organic cultivation obviously decreases the use of pesticides , herbicides and other dangerous chemical fertilizers. The soil can also be kept safe by reducing the use of these items in agriculture.


Low Energy Use

Another advantage of organic farming is the reduction in high energy consumption. There are some crops that need very large amounts of energy and are easy to grow by traditional farming, as maize is the one that needs nitrogen-rich soil and can be grown by spraying nitrogen fertilizer, but it is a traditional way of growing crops that damage the environment. Whereas organic farming, by using composted manure and the use of cover crops, achieves nitrogen-rich soil instead.


Reduces Pollution

The lack of artificial fertilizer, pesticides , and herbicides from organic farming makes the environment cleaner. The focus of organic agriculture is on enriching the soil with natural additives.


True Flavor and Taste Better

As per the researcher, organic food tastes better than regular food. Lower nitrates and higher antioxidants than traditional foods are contained in organic products.

"Let the organic festival commence."


Promotes Biodiversity

Organic cultivation is similar to reforestation, which means that non-conventional techniques are used to cultivate a crop. There's still a sound of organic farm animals , birds and insects. They are useful insects that enable plants to grow, which benefits our organic farming.


Fight against Global Warming

One of the research has shown that organic farming is helping to slow climate change due to the carbon dioxide content in the environment.


Ensures water conservation and Controls water pollution

Water sources are being contaminated due to the leaching of pesticides. Commercial fertilizers, chemicals and insecticides are used to help us maintain the water supply unpolluted.


Consumers Demand

Organic farming is also in demand on the market because organic food is safe to eat and toxic substances and genetically modified species are omitted in addition to the organic diet because artificial fertilizers have been avoided here. And also, encouraging consumer wellbeing, which is the greatest and most important issue, too.


Risk Free

Organic farming is not dangerous, as is traditional farming, because it is a perfect way to manage any disease for a long time, improves soil organic matter, avoids water contamination, decreases business risk, and much more.


Organic farms. Farmers in India. 2020
Organic Farming in India

Well here, TheInDesign has so influenced with a trend of organic culture , TheInDesign going ahead with an organic farming. The propaganda of TheInDesign is to take care of their consumers health in a non-conventional techniques and adopting all the ways of organic farming.

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