A PAPER ON SUSTAINABLE ORGANIC FARMING IN INDIA
After the independence, the greatest problem in India faced was to make sufficient food for the growing population. Consequently, high-yielding variants are used with water, fertilizers or chemical infusions. This synthesis of high yield processing technologies contributed to the country's development of food surplus, soil quality, deforestation, pesticide toxicity and sustainable farming. Furthermore, many researchers are reevaluating farming activities based more on biological information than on the intensive use of artificial chemical fertilizers. Organic agriculture is gaining worldwide importance because it can expand agricultural practices to achieve better efficiency, agricultural revenue, food and environmental protection. Furthermore, the objective of this report was to assess the state of organic farming in India. Organic farming could provide quality food without detrimental impact on the health of the soil, environment as well as on human health; nevertheless, big organic farms must produce sufficient food for the broad population of India. The current study will help in further research and will spread awareness about the benefits of organic farming as well as the benefits associated with the production of organic food.
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