Transitioning To Organic Agroecological Pest Management Is Critical For a Sustainable Agricultural Future

  • Dr. Sandeep Kumar, Dr. Siddarth Nandan Rahul


To ensure yields and reduce environmental impact, agricultural sustainability must be improved. It is generally acknowledged that environmental change has both negative and positive effects. Investing in traditional Agriculture has been able to maintain its current production advantage. Organic farming, on the other hand, usesAgroecological management has a limited potential for long-term output and growth. In the future, yields will be higher. To solve problems, traditional systems have relied on reductionist methods. Pests, mainly by using pesticides to remove biological factors that decrease output. However, they come at a cost to human and environmental health, as well as putting agricultural systems at risk. Pest resistance to these drugs or characteristics is on the rise. Alternatives are required, and they must be found.are found in organic farming methods. Despite the fact that organic and agro ecology methods are both viable options, this feature is more than pest control; it is a critical component of our agricultural future. Increased investment and the use of new analytical methods to enhance plant performance breeding for and managing these systems will result in higher yields and robustness than current methods. Component-by-component analysis