The Sustainability Dimension

Dramatically There has been a contentious debate on the sustainability of organic farming. We believe that organic farming is the future, given growing public awareness of the hazards of chemical farming. Though there is lower yield, these farms are more profitable and environmentally friendly, provide several ecosystem services, numerous social benefits and deliver nutritious foods with relatively less pesticide residues compared to conventional farming. Organically managed soils release less carbon dioxide per hectare per year than conventionally managed soils.

New studies indicate that using the best management practices in organic systems over a long period of time can produce equal yields, or even outdo those of conventional systems. It is critical for companies involved in the organic food business to increase awareness among consumers in non-metro cities. Progressively, people across all income groups should have access to organic food.

Prospects are immense on the supply side as currently organically cultivated crop areas represent only a small fraction of the total acreage of these crops. The good news is that the number of organic food categories has grown to more than 200, including tea, spices, flour, cereals, fruits, vegetables, milk, and honey. In order to sustain consumer trust, maintaining an accurate audit stream, and preventing cross-contamination with conventional goods would be crucial. There is also huge potential for Organic products manufactured through value addition to Farm produce.

We at Synconic Solutions & Services are committed to the propagation of sustainable organic farming practices in India. Our rich experience in providing consultancy to ADP Farms at Sabarkantha District of Gujarat makes us confident in providing consultancy in Organic Farming to farmers who want to produce healthy farm products while maintaining the soil fertility.


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