The Main Principles of Organic Farming
Organic farming is strictly regulated in each country, with a few common principles being known:
The principle of health claims that organic farming is intended to protect and enhance the health of all organisms (this includes soil microorganisms, as well as humans)
The principle of ecology, which is based on the fact that organic farming should protect and benefit the environment (landscape, climate, natural habitats, biodiversity, air, water, and soil)
The principle of fairness aims to provide socially and ecologically appropriate management over environmental resources, as well as provide a sufficient supply of quality food and other products.
The principle of care stresses precaution and responsibility as the key concerns in organic farm management.
Very nice feature about organic farming. We need to know what's in our food we buy.