Could organic farming solve the worlds food problems?

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Could organic farming solve the worlds food problems?

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Zachary Harris

If gwowing of natural food can be called as the organic farming then I agree. There are controversies around GM food on several levels, including whether food produced with it is safe, whether it should be labelled and if so how, whether agricultural biotechnology and it is needed to address world hunger now or in the future, and more specifically with respect to intellectual property and market dynamics, environmental effects of GM crops and GM crops’ role in industrial agricultural more generally.

So I think it’s better to eat natural food. For example, when the milk product are produced from natural milk with special equipment like this one https://merry-farm.com/ Or other way with producing of natural food.

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The world’s food problem is not that there isn’t enough food. The problem lies within the distribution of the food. Arguably, you could say there are food problems in this country with obesity, but generally, food problems occur where there isn’t enough food, typically in poorer countries and developing countries. It is much more sustainable to have farmers using nature and organic food as a way of building fertility and controlling pests, than getting them dependent on pesitcides and other chemicals. What happened in India, during the green revolution, was that chemical companies marketed their products to these poor, poverty stricken farmers, promising them increased yeild. Actually, the result was a food problem: they then got locked into this cycle of dependence on chemicals and they couldn’t afford to buy them. They couldn’t afford to feed their families and send their children to school. It is a much more sustainable way of farming to use organic farming and natural methods. Cert

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