The idea of environmentally friendly farming is to use fewer resources and not pollute the environment. This process has proved to be successful and many countries have started adopting this approach for their farms.
This approach can be called organic farming. Organic farming doesn’t involve any chemical substances such as pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers. This may seem like it would hurt the yield but in the long run, it benefits the environment and reduces costs associated with added fertilizer and other pollutant chemicals used in conventional farming such as runoff from fields or chemical-related health risks for workers who handle these chemicals.
One of the best ways to organic farming is by using compost. Compost can be made from the waste produced on the farm or from leftover food and garden wastes from local businesses. This not only reduces costs but is an easy way for everyone to contribute to a cleaner environment, especially if they produce a lot of food waste which could otherwise end up in landfills.