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...asture composition. Mob grazing can 't be used every year growers with limited diversity in the operation, but it can be used a few times a year when growth is favored.
Organic gardening is when gardeners add organic matter to their soil using available resources; such as grass clippings, vegetable scraps, and decaying plants. Organic gardeners like organic gardening because they don 't have to use synthetic fertilizers or anything else that upsets the balance of the ecosystem such as herbicides.
To conclude, I think that organic gardening is the best out of all of the methods. I believe that it would be better if the world turned to organic farming because it would make us all healthier and it is more Eco friendly. We don 't want to put all of these chemicals and pesticides into our bodies. We should all turn to the most natural way of agricultural practices.
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