The Organic Dilemma
Although there is a global tendency to go organic, with the science ushering the world of agriculture in a new era, but as the clock ticks this has turned to be a necessary evil.
Accredited for their low concentration of pesticides, presumed freshness, positive impact on the extonnect man “environment” and the GMO free argument for safety.
Also study: Advantages and Disadvantages of Genetically Modified Foods
But a turn of the coin pose geographical and economic marginalization, with 90% of sales predominant in North America and Europe thus phenomena of the “well to do”. Its sustainability is equally a demeanor with higher emissions to the environment of the green house gases basically nitrous oxide and ammonia but worse still its demand for more geographical space what is already a limited resource.
It’s equally economically draining with America to lose $200 billion annually, and a cost £22 billion input in organics would result into 2000 more deaths annually in UK. Worse still they equally use pesticides but rather naturally derived other than synthetic.
In conclusion, organics are not all that perfect. Whoever you are, it extends the circumnocious circle and more so a reinvention of the wheel bringing its pros and cons to the plate.