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It goes without saying that synthetic pesticides and fertilizer create serious havoc on the environment. As more and more information becomes readily available to growers throughout the world, the push toward organic-only fertilizing has built substantial momentum. The term “organic”, however, often means something a little different to each grower. Organic agriculture is not a trend or a fleeting fad, it is a necessity for growers who want thriving harvests while benefiting the environment on a global scale. Those who choose to ignore the importance of organic growing will slowly but surely see the consequences that synthetic pesticides and fertilizers can yield.

Avoiding things like additives, genetically modified seeds, preservatives, and veterinary drugs is critical to maintaining the integrity and health of the world. One of the biggest pushbacks against organic fertilizers is a false perception in their ability to fight off disease and pests. On the contrary, however, organic products have proven time and time again to work effectively.

The following are some of the most influential advantages of organic growing methods:

  • Fertile and health soil nutrients are enhanced
  • Biodiversity
  • Sustainability for the long-term
  • Decrease in global warming
  • Improvement of water infiltration
  • Decrease of the greenhouse effect
  • Increase of natural resources
  • Nature conservation
  • Overall boost in agricultural production

The farming industry has truly come a long way over the last couple of decades. Today, the majority of farmers and growers see and appreciate the value in organic growing not only for their crops, but for the environment as a whole. The switch to organic growing has monumental impacts for today and into the future.

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