Organic farming is a part of a broader perspective of sustainability; it includes protecting soil quality by using organic material and encouraging biological activity, providing crop nutrients by cultivating soil microorganisms, and promoting nitrogen fixation in soil using legumes as a rotation crop. Weed and pest control on organic farms are based on methods like crop rotation, biological diversity, natural predators, organic manures and suitable chemical, thermal, and biological intervention.
Organic farming applies to meat as well. Raising farm animals in humane ways, supplying nutrition, suitable environment and care for the larger environment, and conservation of natural habitats and wildlife are all part of it.
As a result of those practices, food becomes more nutritious, and doesn’t contain antibiotics, hormones, and pesticides that endanger our gut bacteria. Additionally, a restorative balance is preserved in the environment of the entire farm.