What makes a farm organic?

Organic farming is an art of building a symbiotic relationship with nature. Instead of using synthetic fertilisers, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), or pesticides to combat weeds, disease, and insects, organic farmers use other techniques to produce a plentiful harvest of food.

The common thread among all organic farming techniques is their ultimate objective, which is to build and improve the soil, produce healthy food, and essentially lay the groundwork for our food system and way of life.