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What is Organic?

Organic farming produces food without the use of artificial pesticides and fertilisers, instead using crop husbandry to control pests and diseases and to maintain soil fertility. An organic farmer works with natural systems to produce optimum yields of produce with high nutritional content, without agro-chemical inputs. Organic practices extend to minimising the impact to the environment and wildlife and viewing the farm holistically, as part of the wider environment.

There are many benefits associated with organic farming. On organic farms, pollution is minimised, biodiversity is often restored, wildlife habitats are protected in many cases and threats to climate change are often reduced. The nutritional quality of organic food has often been proved to be higher. Organic farming has so many positive attributes, itís no surprise that the market for organic produce in the UK is now so big - in 2007 sales of organic food in the UK reached £2 billion.

As the UK population becomes increasingly concerned about the quality of food and its provenance, there has never been a better time to capitalise on the opportunities organic farming provides. With the right advice and support, converting to organic farming is cost effective and simple, giving you access to a market that is currently growing at a rate of 10% each year. Davies Organic Consultancy will help you to find the best strategy to enter the organic market and make the very best of the opportunities it provides.

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