Organic Agriculture Benefits for Biodiversity

Organic farming not only avoids the use of synthetic pesticides, but also able to create biodiversity. Practices such as crop rotation, intercropping, and conservation tillage are things that can enhance biodiversity by providing a healthy habitat for many species ranging from microscopic fungi to large animals.

Organic farming does not use genetically modified organisms (Enggineering Genetic Organism) or transgenic organisms (Genetically Modified Organism) and products for reasons of environmental safety, health and social. Such products are not needed because it may cause an unacceptable risk to the integrity of species.

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