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2022, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part A

Human health implication and economical impact of organic food production system on adoption of organic agriculture


Author(s): Muskaan Sharma, Pratyush Verma and Shilpa Kaushal

Abstract: The impact of organic food production on human health and the economy are summarized in this report. People want safe and non-hazardous food, which contributes to an increase in demand for organic agriculture, as awareness of organic agriculture and human wellness grows. Over the last 20 years, farmers' interest in organic cultivation and food and grown significantly. Organic farming is regarded to be more environmentally friendly than intensive farming, which uses pesticides, herbicides and inorganic nutrient treatments on a regular basis in the production of crops.The most pressing question is whether organic farming has the potential to feed the entire world. With an annual average growth rate of 20-25 percent in both developed and emerging countries, demand for organic food is gradually expanding. Organic farmers' systems are more diverse, making them less subject to natural and economic risks. Furthermore, eating organic food lowered the incidence of some allergy and acute disorders, as well as obesity and overweight.

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International Journal of Plant Pathology and Microbiology
How to cite this article:
Muskaan Sharma, Pratyush Verma, Shilpa Kaushal. Human health implication and economical impact of organic food production system on adoption of organic agriculture. Int J Plant Pathol Microbiol 2022;2(1):22-26.
International Journal of Plant Pathology and Microbiology
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