The unscrupulous use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides in modern agricultural practices poses a severe threat to the human population. Chemical fertilizers and pesticides used in conventional farming practices in large quantities and dishonestly are no longer safer because they enter the food chain directly.
As a result, organic vegetable farming is gaining popularity among the expanding population. Crop rotation, crop residues, plant and animal manures, the cultivation of legume and green manure crops, and biological pest and disease control are all key components of organic farming. To use the environment more safely and preserve ecological balance, it aims to balance tradition, innovation, and science. Organic farming guarantees environmental protection and contributes significantly to a country's economy. It is a holistic production system that minimizes air, soil, and water pollution avoids synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, and maximizes the health and productivity of separate communities of life, including plants, animals, and people.