Organically-grown foods contain less water than conventionally-farmed products, yet yield a greater quantity of vitamins and nutrients.
Biologically farmed foods contain many beneficial phytonutrients needed in one's daily diet.
Organically farmed foods have a wonderful flavour. Take notice the next time you eat organic veggies or poultry. There is a difference.
The organic fertilizers and manures used in organic farming are not easily washed away by the rain. Therefore no harm is done to the environment, groundwater or the many insects needed for the pollination of many essential plants.
Conventional farming meshes both cattle raising and agriculture on the same land, yet a balance between the two ceases to exist. Only with organic farming is such a balance obtained. With the use of natural techniques, farmers are able to have both animals and plants co-exist on the same earth.
Yearly, a depletion of the earth's organic matter occurs. However, organic farming has taken steps to eliminate such issues. By using manure and compost, organic farming has given back to the earth its many vital minerals.
Both modern technology and organic farming have helped create a distinct co-evolution within nature. Such is apparent among wild grasses, fragrant herbs, flowers, wild animals and birds.
Organic farming has allowed for much economic growth. Farmers are presented with greater employment opportunities, in turn benefiting society as a whole. Effectively, an increase in agricultural tourism has arisen, creating a recognition for organically-farmed products.
Biologists concerned with cultivation & biotechnology have made great improvements dealing with future issues with regard to the earth's maintenance and man's partnership in such.
All certified organic foods use only organically-derived products. All farms are run naturally.