Organic Production Day

On December 3 was declared World Day of Non-Use of Pesticides and National Day of Organic Production, after 1984 exploded the Union Carbide plant in Bophal (India), releasing cyanatos that caused the death of three thousand people in solo three days and 16 thousand victims at the end of the “accident”.

According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), organic agriculture is a production system that tries to make maximum use of the farm’s resources, emphasizing soil fertility and biological activity and, at the same time, Minimize the use of non-renewable resources and do not use synthetic fertilizers and pesticides to protect the environment and human health. Organic agriculture involves much more than not using agrochemicals.

2017-11-27T13:16:50+00:00 14 November, 2017|