What toxins are not used in organic farming?



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    In non-organic farming, dissolved solids and gases from man-made chemicals (such as pesticides, herbicides, detergent residues), and rocks and minerals (such as calcium carbonate, nitrates, phosphates, silicates, sodium chloride, sulfates and others) are some of the numerous impurities which contaminate our soil and waterways.

    In the United States, some chemicals that can be used for a product that allows it to be called organic farming are neem, nicotine sulfate, pyrethrum, rotenone, sabadilla, and sulfer.

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