Although technology-induced farming is considered the go-to choice in today’s world in order to feed the increasing population, the exorbitant use of pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, and other inputs are damaging and endangering all living things on Earth. Eco-friendly farming has emerged as the only answer to bring sustainability to agriculture by helping to reduce and restrict agrichemical application while building and restoring a healthier environment for the soil microflora, fauna, farmers, and of course the people who consume the produce.
Eco-friendly farming management depends on developing biological diversity in the field in order to disrupt and ultimately destroy the pest through natural organism competition. Additionally, another strategy is the proper management and replenishment of soil fertility. As previously stated, organic farmers are not allowed to use non-organic agrichemicals or synthetic fertilizers so sustainable solutions, such as the Kyminasi Plant Booster (KPB) must be utilized.
An essential characteristic of the organic farming system is designing and implementing a sustainable farm plan that incorporates the organic practices listed above when producing crops and livestock. It is important to keep a detailed record-keeping system for retaining organic certification that tracks all inputs used, as well as crops from the field to the point of sale. Maintenance of buffer zones is important to prevent accidental contamination of unapproved inputs from nearby fields. Another key factor is choosing crops that are most adapted to the local environment and that best tolerate the area’s specific climatic and environmental conditions. The plants chosen must be vigorous, healthy, and highly productive by nature.
The organic approach to farming and gardening recognizes that the whole environment in which plants grow is much more than the sum of its individual parts and that all living things are synergistic, interrelated, and interdependent. Farmers need to return to sustainable methods before the enormous amounts of agrichemicals applied to increase crop production permanently pollute Earth’s water, soil, and air to a point of no return. As farmers, we need to work to make the environment healthier for future generations. In fact, we may need all the land in significantly better environmental quality just to sustain the exponentially growing population of tomorrow.
It is important to provide plants with a balanced nutrient supply by enriching the soil with compost, manure, or other organic materials. Choosing renewable input sources for farms is a great method to reduce the environment’s pollution levels. These are just some examples of how to grow with organic strategies while improving the environment.
Farmers now have access to a sustainable new technology called the Kyminasi Plant Booster that helps plants by improving photosynthesis, increasing harvest yields, improving crop quality, and adding vigor and disease resistance while reducing the need for water, fertilizer, and agrichemical inputs. KPB even improves animal forage nutrient density and quality in order to boost milk and livestock yields and nutrient density. Kyminasi Plant Booster
(KPB) is biophysics applied to agriculture and the device contains microtransmitters that produce more than 3,000 natural frequencies found in nature. Using the KPB technology, plants all over the world have not only had their health enhanced but completely recovered and revitalized. KPB gives farmers more profit, better crops, less stress, and a healthier workspace while improving the environment and increasing the nutritional content of food for humans and animals worldwide.
Source: Singh, M. (2021). Organic farming for sustainable agriculture. Indian Journal of Organic Farming, 1(1), 1-8. Duran-Lara, E. F., Valderrama, A., & Marican, A. (2020). Natural organic compounds for application in organic farming. Agriculture, 10(2), 41.
Edited by: Keegan Nelson
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