Organic farming is an agricultural production system based on respect for life and natural cycles, which manages overall production by promoting agro system but also the biodiversity, soil biological activities and biological cycles.

To achieve these goals, organic farmers must respect booklets specifications and regulations which notably excludes the use of chemical fertilizers of synthesis and synthetic pesticides, as well as genetically modified organisms.
Farmers who practice this type of agriculture rely, for example, on the rotation of crops, green manure, compost, biological control, the use of natural products such as liquid manure of nettle or the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis, and weeding mechanical to maintain the productivity of the soil and the control of diseases and parasites.