Organic Agriculture is a New Solution for Arriving to Constant Agriculture

Marvili, Mohammad Dashti; Rasouli, Mousa
April 2014
Journal of Applied Sciences Research;Apr2014, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p327
Academic Journal
Fast growing population in recent decades, changing life sample, migration of countries and villages to cities. Low technology levels, hard situation ecologic, agriculture appropriate fields restrict and shortage in water resource have increased resource ruinous process. On base, developing different technology in agriculture in several past years with helping natural resources with low cost in field of food providing and much using of dirt's and chemical pesticides, although caused increasing agriculture products But unfortunately in some cases with high cost of environment like water septic, soil decay and air, climate changing caused danger of human health. In result of these is sues there is a new view a bout agriculture lows. Then organic agriculture as one of the agriculture steady development cognition and valuable solution for keeping of environment and arriving to steady development in countries villages. Morning to steady development needs to base changes in human view and behavior. The developing in this field it depends on cognition and general teaching that in side it recognition and original massages teaching, for keep and steady development, consideration a bout original problems that now a days as a kind of crisis have discussed in our country is mixed up. In this paper it's considered that disburse to discuss a bout organic a agriculture important and necessity and it's usefulness for arriving to steady agriculture.


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