Organic farming or, to use more appropriate synthetic terms, organic farming or ecological farming is a production method defined from the legislative point of view at Community level with a first regulation, the EEC Regulation 2092/91, subsequently replaced by the EC Reg. 834/07 and 889/08 and at a national level with the Ministerial Decree 18354/09.
These terms indicate a cultivation and breeding method that only allows the use of natural substances, that is present in nature, excluding the use of chemical synthesis substances (fertilizers, herbicides, insecticides).
It therefore means developing a production model that avoids the excessive exploitation of natural resources, in particular the soil, water and air, instead using these resources within a development model that can last over time.
To safeguard the natural fertility of a land, “organic farmers” use organic material and, resorting to appropriate agricultural techniques, do not exploit it intensively.
As far as farming systems are concerned, the utmost attention is paid to the welfare of the animals, which feed on grass and organic fodder and do not take antibiotics, hormones or other substances that artificially stimulate the growth and production of milk. Furthermore, there must be ample space on farms for animals to move and graze freely.
In the area to be promoted, defined by the province of Frosinone and the upper Caserta area, there are numerous companies that place typical natural products on the market, which are processed by scrupulously following the indications provided by the stringent legal regulations and by agents who periodically carry out accurate company checks.
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