2. What is organic farming?
Why i have chosen this topic?
Objective of Organic farming.
History of Organic Farming.
Basic Steps of Organic Farming.
Principles of Organic Farming.
Organic Major Problems & Solutions.
Different between Conventional
& Organic Farming.
Advantages of Organic Farming.
Conclusion & References
3. Organic farming is a method of
crop and livestock production
that involves much more than
choosing not to use pesticides,
fertilizers, genetically modified
organisms, antibiotics and
What is mean by Organic Farming 3
4. My own interest.
To restore our natural
Already i am having
Good for health.
Improve life span.
Why i have chosen Organic farming 4
6. Organic farming was practiced in India since thousands of
years. ... In traditional India, the entire agriculture was practiced
using organic techniques, where the fertilizers, pesticides, etc.,
were obtained from plant and animal products.
History of Organic Farming 6
7. 172 countries have data on
43.7 million hectares of
agricultural land are
Almost 1 percent of the
agricultural land is organic.
11 countries have more than
10 percent organic
Statistics 2014 7
9. Principles of Organic Farming.
Four Principles of Organic
Principle of Fairness.
Principle of Health.
Principle of Ecological
Principle of Care.
10. Principles of organic farming
Food and fibre
Very few food
11. Own property.
Farm equipment and mechanical
Proven interest in organic food
Required Resources 11
12. Conversion of land from conventional management to organic management.
Management of the entire surrounding system to ensure biodiversity and
sustainability of the system.
Crop production with the use of alternative sources of nutrients such as crop
rotation, residue management, organic manures and biological inputs.
Management of weeds and pests by better management practices, physical
and cultural means and by biological control system.
Maintenance of live stock in tandem with organic concept and make them
an integral part of the entire system.
Basic Steps of Organic Farming 12
13. Organic food is more expensive because farmers do not get as much out
of their land as conventional farmers do. Organic products may cost up to
Production costs are higher because farmers need more workers.
Marketing and distribution is not efficient because organic food is produced
in smaller amounts.
Food illnesses may happen more often.
Organic farming cannot produce enough food that the needs to survive.
This could lead to starvation in countries that produce enough food today.
Organic Farming Major Problems 13
14. Substantial financial support by
Market development for the organic
highlight the benefits of organic
We should provide awareness.
Special agriculture zone.
Need to modernize agriculture.
Educate the farmers.
Need for better water management.
15. Conventional Farming VS Organic
Seeds are treated with chemical. Seeds are not treated with chemical.
Never uses GMOs.
Loss of soil due to mono crop culture. Soil retains more water,due crop rotation.
Herbeicid are applied to the soil to reduce
Weeds are physically removed.
More usage of chemicals. Never use chemicals.
It will affects health. It provides good health.
16. Healthy Foods.
Pollution of ground water
Imporovement in soil
productivity and income.
Advantage of Organic Farming 16
17. Organic Farming environmentally
No harm to nature.
Good for health.
If we follow this Organic Farming it
will provide healthy generations.
Don’t waste food.
Save food & save farmers.