PAST PRINCIPLES THAT CREATE THE FUTURE
Today organic food is a trend that comes with many questions. What exactly is so special about it? Why can’t we call any garden-grown fruit organic? Is this a healthy produce?
However, if we look to the past, we can find the origins of today’s organics right there. There, in the fields of farmers who didn’t yet know about chemical and mineral fertilizers, pesticides, and growth regulators.
Organic farming represents respect for nature and concern for consumers rolled into one. Essentially, it means a general concern for our future. Through using natural fertilizers and lots of hard work on every single sprout, organic farms produce fruits and vegetables with genuine flavor, endowed to them by nature itself. After all, one of the main ideas of organic farmland is to work not towards quantity, but quality.
And what are they doing there?
As any wonders do – happening.