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Organic farming is here to stay
by Rana Kapoor
The Hindu Translate This Article
19 August 2012
On 19 August 2012 The Hindu reported:
The off-shore demand for organic food market is one of the major drivers of organic agriculture in India, due to relatively increased returns with lesser input costs. Organic products, which until now were mainly being exported, are now finding more consumers in India's domestic market. Awareness of the nutritional benefit of these products has resulted in more land coming under organic farming. Although health is the key reason for growing demand, other incidental benefits such as better taste and better environment are also driving growth. There is also a growing awareness of the dangers of consumable food grown with the aid of chemicals. Food contaminated by chemicals or grown from genetically-modified seeds and planting material is unhealthy as compared with naturally grown food. Organic farming does away with these unhealthy, short-term 'production boosters' and brings into picture a diverse, healthy, and sustainable crop production system.
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