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What are the Constraints and Implications of Organic Farming?

There are a couple of constraints with organic farming, for example,

Natural excrement is not copiously accessible and on plant supplement premise it might be more costly than substance manures if natural data sources are obtained.

Production in organic farming declines during initial couple of years, so the farmer ought to be given premium costs for organic produce.

The rules for organic production, preparing, transportation and affirmation and so on are outside the ability conventional Indian farmers. 

Promotion of organic produce is not appropriately streamlined. There are various homesteads in India which have either never been synthetically overseen/developed or have changed over back to natural cultivating in light of agriculturists' convictions or only for reason of financial matters. Thousands of farmers cultivating million acres of land are not classified as organic though they are. Their produce either sells in the open market along with conventionally grown produce at the same price or sells purely on goodwill and trust as organic through select outlets and regular specialized markets. These farmers may never opt for certification because of the costs involved as well as the extensive documentation that is required by certifiers.
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