The Benefits Of Organic Food Production

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Agriculture is the world’s largest and most important industry. If agriculture is managed well, it can preserve in important habitats, keep good soil and water quality. We call it sustainable agriculture. But if agriculture is unsustainable there are many bad consequences for environment and human population. Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) says human population will increase up to 9 billion people until 2050. With that rapid rise of population, production of food will have to double. How can we maintain sustainable in such a crowded planet? How will we feed another 2 billion of people?
When it comes to food producers, we are in the beginning of the radical change of food production ways. While people in western world usually take a side of organic produced food because of an idea it is healthier for them, third world countries are starving and in need of food hoping that giants like Monsanto, BASF or Dupont will save them with genetically modified crops they produce. It is a constant battle and controversial issue, but when comes to sustainability, both production ways have the same opinion and goal.
Organic food production has different standards worldwide, but the common goal is to produce nutritional quality and seasonal food full of flavor. Chemical fertilizers as well as synthetic pesticides are not allowed in organic food production. There are allowed only organic pesticides to use in limited circumstances. Organic food producers

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