The four principles of organic agriculture: Health, Ecology, Fairness, and Care


Organic agriculture takes this a step further, encompassing the entire production system. With a strong emphasis on soil health, renewable resources, animal welfare, and eco-friendly practices, organic agriculture produces certified products that meet strict standards set by regulatory agencies. And, with a holistic approach to food production that prioritizes natural processes, soil health, and environmental sustainability, organic agriculture provides a wholesome and responsible choice for your table.

Organic farming and organic agriculture – two terms, one concept. While organic farming refers to the actual practices used on a farm, organic agriculture encompasses the entire production system from farm to table, including processing and marketing. Embrace the power of nature with organic farming and organic agriculture.


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In this session, organic agriculture experts from IFOAM – Organic International explain the four principles of organic agriculture.




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The four principles of organic agriculture

Food and Livelihoods

What is organic agriculture?

Publisher: Global Landscapes Forum

Language: English

Year: 2020

Ecosystem(s): Agricultural Land

Location(s): Global

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