Organic foods are hormone and GMO-free, contain fewer pesticides (if any), use fewer preservatives and often contain a higher level of nutrients.

Organic is usually seen as a more expensive, labor-intensive production method—one that’s financially justified by the market premium paid for certified crops. Judged this way, that 1 percent figure starts to make more sense: many farmers can’t afford to undertake the three-year transition period without the extra pay. Feb 28, 2017

5 Basic Methods of Organic Farming Crop diversity. Though people are still wary about it, there is now a big demand for organic produce. … Soil management. After cultivating crops for weeks and sometimes, months, the soil will lose its natural nutrients and minerals. … Weed management. … Controlling organisms. … Domestic animals.

Organic farming is of two types; Pure Organic Farming and Integrated Organic Farming. Pure Organic Farming – This involves avoiding all unnatural chemicals.

The highest yielding crops are sugar cane, sugar beet, and tomatoes. Sugar cane accounts for about 80% of the world’s sugar production, while sugar beet the remaining 20%. Not surprisingly, the most lucrative cash crops from a value per acre perspective are illegal in many parts of the world. Nov 10, 2014

Of the major cereal and vegetable crops, the United States, China, India, and Russia are the top producers. The United States is the top exporter of agricultural products with $118.3 billion in exports as of 2019.

Top 10 Largest Agricultural Companies in the World 2020 Rank Name of Company Headquarters 1 Cargill Minnetonka, Minnesota, U.S. 2 ADM Chicago, Illinois, U.S. 3 Bayer Leverkusen, Germany 4 John Deere Moline, Illinois, U.S. 6 more rows • Oct 14, 2022

Earthworms improve the quality of the soil as it recycles the organic waste into humus. This makes the soil fertile and helps the crops to grow. That is why earthworms are regarded as farmer’s friends.

A peasant is a pre-industrial agricultural laborer or a farmer with limited land-ownership, especially one living in the Middle Ages under feudalism and paying rent, tax, fees, or services to a landlord.

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