Fertilization and Pest Control Issues in the Development of Organic Agriculture
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Agricultural prevention and control is the comprehensive application of a series of advanced agricultural technology measures to purposefully change certain environmental conditions. Create environmental conditions that are conducive to the growth and development of crops or fruit trees, as well as the survival and reproduction of beneficial organisms, but not conducive to the occurrence of diseases and pests. In order to directly or indirectly eliminate or suppress the occurrence and harm of diseases and pests, and achieve the goal of ensuring high yield of crops or orchards. This article further explores the issues of fertilization and pest control in the development of organic agriculture. Applying organic fertilizers based on their characteristics can ensure maximum fertilizer efficiency, provide the necessary nutrients for the growth of organic vegetables, and achieve the goal of soil improvement. Organic agriculture places greater emphasis on the standardization of agricultural product production, achieving quality and safety control and management of the entire production line from planting to dining tables, to ensure the health, harmlessness, and pollution-free nutrition of agricultural products. Due to the serious impact of pests and diseases on the growth of organic agriculture, it is crucial to strengthen the prevention and control of pests and diseases.
Development of organic agriculture; Fertilization; Diseases and pests