Organic Farming

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Organic farming is an agricultural system with the purpose of providing citizens fresh, tasty and authentic food, respecting, at the same time, the natural life cycles.
Organic farming is based on common principles and practices, such as: crop rotation, non-use of synthetic chemical fertilisers, use of natural resources and preservation of the surrounding environment.
In summary, organic farming is a type of agriculture that does not resort to chemical fertilisers or synthetic pesticides, but to biological processes and the activities of living organisms (bacteria, fungi, insects, human beings, etc.).

Organic farming aims to promote and develop biological cycles within a production system, to keep or increase soil fertility in the long term, to contribute to water and soil preservation and the promotion of their proper use, to improve the local ecosystem and foster biodiversity.

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