What does bio / organic mean?

  • No genetic engineering (neither in feedingstuffs nor in seeds)
  • no irradiation
  • no toxic cocktail of pesticides, insecticides, hormones, antibiotics etc. in soil and products
  • no chemical or synthetic products to protect plants or readily soluble nitrogen fertilizers
  • no artificial flavourings or synthetic sweeteners, hence better and genuine taste
  • no artificially accelerated plant growth
  • known origin
  • groundwater protection
  • organic agriculture: animal welfare, organic feeding
  • human, animal and nature (soil, etc.) in accordance with one another: fostering intact ecosystems
  • natural fertilizers, sustainable crop rotation
  • responsible use of resources (soil, water, air)
  • more bioactive substances (especially vitamins and trace elements)
The new EU organic label

Bio soils

It is not hard to believe that the avoidance of pesticides is beneficial to:

  • Humans cultivating the soil
  • animals living here,
  • plants growing here and thus
  • all humans as we live on the produce.

However, there are further advantages to “organic soil”:

  • Organic farmers foster the formation of humus. This entails:
  • an improved ability to bind nutrients
  • an improved ability to store water and thus a higher probability to avoid flooding and erosion!

Moreover, organic soil can store much more carbon dioxide!

Where can I get organic products?

Bio, genetic engineering and social responsibility

The film "The World According to Monsanto" provides professionally researched and prepared information on the company that was awarded the Worst Company of 2011 by theNatural Society for its continuous effort to endanger the health of mankind as well as the environment. More informations about Monsanto and the crimes of mulitinationals.

The World According to Monsanto

Monsanto: Extinction

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