One of the most important benefits of organic farming is a practice that results in sustainable agriculture. In sustainable agriculture, farmers try to diversify farming practices in a way that maintains soil quality, increase water-holding capacity, nitrogen fixation, pollination, as well as control of pests, diseases and weeds. Said simply, we need to expand our agro-ecological knowledge.
The loss of biodiversity, soil degradation, greenhouse gas emissions and pollution by fertilizers and pesticides, are the ecological impacts of conventional agriculture that put human health at risk.
Nowadays, rapid growth in scientiﬁc research suggests that farming systems designed and managed according to ecological principles can meet the food needs of society while addressing these environmental and social issues.
Organic farming can address all the above-mentioned problems and it is one of the most important benefits of organic farming.