Definitions for "Organic agriculture"
Systems of agricultural production that do not use any synthetic chemical inputs.
Broadly defined as a whole system of ecologically sustainable agriculture that relies on biological processes to maintain the fertility of the soil and the health of plants and animals.
The label ‘organic agriculture' guarantees that a product is the result of a production method which is respectful of the environment, and which forbids the use of chemicals. This type of production is governed by a strict charter, and controlled by certifying organisations.