Difference Between Organic Food And Inorganic Food

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Organic vs. Inorganic in food and textiles. In context organic –whether it is in textiles or foods- is natural, non- processed, has no pesticides and chemicals and is better for you and the environment but in theory is this true? This review will look at what organic food and textiles entails as well as their pros, cons, effects on the environment and our health to help prove that organic foods and inorganic foods barely differ as a whole product. From my survey graphs it was seen that 2 out of 30 people questioned did not know the difference between organic and inorganic foods and that 17 out of 30 people questioned did not know the difference between organic and inorganic textiles. so definitions have been provided. Organic foods are foods that are produced by farmers who farm organically. This means that these farmers rely on crop rotation, green manure/compost and biological pest control. Even though these farmers do use pesticides and fertilisers, theses chemicals are made of natural material such as bone meal from animals or pyrethrin from flowers. The finely ground animal bones act as a natural and nutritional supplement for plants and enhance growth due to the nutrients such as calcium, vitamin D, phosphorous, magnesium and protein found in bones. The pyrethrin activated by targeting the nerve system of plants acts as a natural insect repellent when at a low concentration and is effective as it does not harm animals, only insects due to their high nerve

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