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Modern Organic Agriculture

Modern Organic Agriculture In recent years has entered the Indonesian agricultural system sporadically and on a small scale. Modern agriculture develops food production that is safe for health and production systems that are environmentally friendly. However, in general, the concept of organic farming is not widely known and there are still many questions. This temporary […]

Organic Farming Concept for a Great Future for all of us

Organic Farming is an agricultural production system that avoids or severely limits the use of (factory) chemical fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, growth regulators and feed additives. Cultivation of environmentally sound plants is an agricultural cultivation that is planned and carried out by taking into account the characteristics, conditions and preservation of the environment, so that natural […]

Advantages of Organic Farming – Organic farming or organic farming is the use of agricultural production systems that depend on green manure, compost, biological pest control, and crop rotation. It aims to produce healthier plants, livestock and poultry free of chemicals. Organic based agricultural production systems promote resource cycles to conserve biodiversity and promote ecological balance. The use […]

The Benefits Of Organic Farming

The introduction of chemicals in agriculture gained so much attention. Agricultural products were suddenly abundant. Any damage caused by chemical fertilizers is almost invisible. It is undeniable that the presence of pesticides for farmers is like a mandatory item that cannot be left behind for a large harvest. This technology is spread all over the […]

Holes in our leaves? You Bet!

Holes In Our Leaves? You Bet! Nojoqui Farms chooses to rely on the balance of nature, rather than a sterile, insect-free environment which requires the continuous, cyclical application of insecticides. It’s a choice between eating chemical residues, or having a few small holes in the leaves. It’s your choice. In a field of organically grown […]

The Original World Wide Web

If we set a microscope in the soil, we could see tiny, one-celled bacteria devouring the remnants of leaves and root hairs. We would see fungi disintegrating the larger, hard-to-digest roots and stems. We would see protozoa dining on bacteria and fungi and, in the process, releasing nitrogen and other nutrients needed by plants. We […]