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Organic v Intensive Farming

Explain what Organic and Intensive Farming.

Charlotte Hall

on 17 March 2011

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Organic Farming Intensive Farming Organic vs Intensive Farming Uses natural products Good for recycling It makes more profit and uses less water and carbon emissions 50% lower expenditiure Environmentally friendly and non-toxic What is Organic Farming? Organic Farming is a form of agriculture that relies on crop rotation, green manure, compost, biological pest control and mechanical cultivation to maintain soil productivity. Advantages Disadvantages People arguing that Organic methods of farming result in smaller yields in developed areas compared to other techniques It will not hardly change the global climate change What is Intensive Farming? Intensive Farming is a system of farming that aims to produce the maximum amount of crops per year, with a high yield from the land avaliable and to maintain a high stock rating of livestock Advantages High Yield Less expensive Large productivity of food with small amount of land Disadvantages It involves many fertilizers, pesticides and insecticides Effects the environment eg. destroying forests for fields Pesticides not only kill pests, they contaminate crops and kills good insects Fruit and Vegetables promote Intestive Farming and it is all covering in a invisible layer of pesticide
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