Exploring the Benefits of Organic Farming for Health and Environment

Chennai (Tamil Nadu) [India], Apirl 3: The fruit and vegetable section at a supermarket has some organic products. They are priced higher than the non-organic produce, but they look similar. What is the cause of this difference? What is organic farming, and how it benefits human health and the environment?

Pravin Chandan, a well-known mentor in the Direct Selling Industry, shares insights about organic farming in India to help you learn more about it. 

What is Organic Farming?

Organic farming is an agricultural process that relies on animal or plant waste-based biological fertilisers and pest control. It evolved to combat the environmental sufferings arising from the use of synthetic fertilisers and chemical pesticides. It is a new farming or agricultural system that repairs, maintains, and improves the ecological balance. 

Health and Environmental Benefits of Organic Farming

Organic farming aims to improve the health of humans and the environment. It focuses on managing the ecosystem instead of depleting it. The process is characterised by a natural approach that avoids using synthetic chemicals and offers produce that is more nutritional, tasty, and healthy. 

Reduced chemical usage

Organic farming reduces the use of synthetic chemicals significantly. Farmers use natural methods of pest and weed control, like adding beneficial insects, companion planting, and crop rotation. This lesser use of chemicals lowers the risk of chemical residues in your food and prevents contamination of the soil, air, and water. 

Maintains a healthy soil

Conventional farming methods use pesticides and chemicals which contaminate the soil. If the ground isn’t healthy to begin with, you cannot get healthy produce. Organic farming emphasises good soil health. It uses natural and organic materials to enrich the soil. This approach results in better water retention, enhanced soil structure, and increased microbial activity. 

Provides a nutrient-rich produce

Farmers get better crop yields, as organic farming methods don’t contaminate the soil and maintain its health. These yields are richer in vital nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Consuming such nutrient-rich fruits, vegetables, and grains helps in maintaining overall health and boosting the body’s immune system. 

Better taste and flavour

Many supporters of organic farming certify that organic produce offers a superior taste and flavour. Organic farming emphasises soil health and allows crops to ripen naturally, thus yielding fruits and vegetables with enhanced texture, taste, and aroma. 


The increasing population and the growing demand for food in the future, along with the need to conserve natural resources, have led to the growth of organic farming in India. Organic farming is one of the practices that promote environmental and human health. By embracing natural farming methods, you prioritise the environment’s health, the economy, the future, and your well-being.


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