The beauty of organic is — it’s natural — anybody can grow organic, even if it’s like me — a few green onions in a pot. The Business of Food graciously allowed Google Books to publish the part of their book defining organic:
Organic food refers to food produced without using the conventional inputs of modern, industrial agriculture: pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, genetically modified organism (GMOs), irradiation, or food additives….
Historically, organic food has been produced on small, family-run independent farms….
Today, the organic food market has mobilized support on local, regional, national, and international levels.
To grow organic, in some people’s opinion, it’s best to start with organic plants.
Just before 2009, the biggest organic producer was Europe, with 7.8 million hectors of land, followed by Asia with 2.9, and North America with 2.2.
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