Organic farming is a style of farming where crops and livestock is produced with no use of pesticides, fertilizers, antibiotics and growth hormones.
These days, many are choosing organic farming over conventional methods of farming. There are many types of organic farming like, crop rotation, green manures, compost, biological pest control and mechanical cultivation.
There are many advantages of organic farming because it is one of the best ways to have healthy crops free of pesticides and not very expensive for the farmers to follow.
In this video, we show a model for organic farming for science exhibition using materials that are easily available.
- Hot glue gun
- Liquid gun
- Chart Sheet
- Colour paper – Brown, Green, Yellow
- Paints and Brush
- Toy animals
You use the resource/tools page section to find the tips where you can buy these materials used at a reasonable cost.
Detailed Video Show How To Make Agriculture Model Organic Farming
Questions and Answers:
- What are steps involved in organic farming?
A. Organic farming involves five steps, first is
Third, nutrients that are alternative to chemicals like organic manures, crop rotation are used.
Fourth, weeds and pests are managed better by employing different means and
2. What are the benefits of organic farming?
A. Organic farming majorly benefits the environment, many such benefits are, it helps control the green house effect, reduces the use of non-renewable resources and waste recycling is improved along with stabilization of soil.
3. Why organic foods expensive?
A. Organic farms are smaller than the conventional farms, thus they require more time to produce more crops. Thus, the cost of time it takes to grow organic crops will eventually cost the product more.
4. Explain the Importance of organic farming?
A. Organic farmers adopt to practices that maintain the fertility of the crops, soil structure and thus reduce the soil erosion because of various external factors.
There has been an increasing demand for organic farming over
This has become an important form of farming in the places where the conventional farming methods have failed because of
It is always advisable to encourage to eat locally grown fruits and plants, thus contributing to the