Organic Farming is the Natural Farming
Organic farming is a style of farming that does not utilise artificial pesticides or manures. Instead, the entire functioning depends on natural pest controls and natural manures based on animal and plant waste material such as cow dungs and neem leaves. Such a type of farming is not new to mankind. It was the most frequent method of farming prior to the advent of artificial pesticides and manure in the 1950s and 1960s. Modern organic farming has been introduced to counter the environmental damage caused by the usage of chemical fertilisers and pesticides. The benefits of organic farming are reduced soil erosion, no chemical leaching into the surface and groundwater, etc. Through conventional farming which includes the usage of artificial pesticides and manures, a large quantity of yield is produced as it is designed to feed the masses. Contrary to this, with organic farming, large quantities of crops cannot be produced. This is why the price of organic products is much higher than ordinary products.