Organic farming in India: A vision towards a healthy nation
Author(s): Raja Babu, Shubhankar Kumar Ray and Shilpa Kaushal
Abstract: Organic farming with sustainable agriculture may not only meet the nutritional requirements of our generation but also the needs for future species and generation and keep our environment in rhobust condition. Modern agriculture that includes the use of pesticides and fertilizers has a direct effect on the environment by influencing a bad effect on soil fertility, water intake, restrict insect enhancement activity, genetic diversity of plants, increased risk of malnutrition and increased health defoliation in this way that it exacerbate health problems and many other concerns about the welfare and destruction of the environment. Planting by Organic method leads to provides macronutrients and micronutrients in plants continuously basis with the development of soil, physical, chemical and organic properties of the soil that is very beneficial to soil.