Can Organic farming can be effective, provided they can help us improve soil health and plant health?

Yes, organic farming can improve soil fertility by maintaining and building a fertile living soil through application of frequent organic matter inputs in the form of green manures, compost and farmyard manure and by adopting cover crops and crop rotations and inter cropping. Integrating crops and animals, reducing overgrazing and facilitate nutrient recycling on the farm.

Improving water infiltration and retention capacity through high levels of organic matter and permanent soil cover, such as cover crops or mulch, which substantially reduce the amount of water needed for irrigation.