Organic Vegetables: Are They Worth The Extra Money?

The major differences between organic farming and commercial farming are quite simple:
Organic farming promotes soil and water conservation and reduces pollution by using companion planting, beneficial insects, compost and animal manure, and rock dust to increase plant viability, and encourages and builds naturally healthy environments for plant growth. This is done without the use of chemical fertilizers, insecticides, or herbicides.
Organic farming uses nature as the backdrop to create sustainable growing environments.

Organic produce is usually more expensive in stores because it takes longer to grow crops by alternative methods, and because
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