Genetically pollution, organic agriculture and its impactupon the environment

Adelina DUMITRAŞ, Păuniţa POP BOANCĂ, Vvalentin SINGUREANU

Abstract


Biodiversity is, and will remain, the only solution for maintaining the equilibrium of the natural
ecosystem. If in the artificial ecosystem, created by the human kind, the biodiversity is conducted by the
economical efficiency, profitability, in most of the cases agricultural producers are keen on, or legally
constrained to adopt less conventional methods for obtaining their crops. Genetically pollution with genetically
modified plants and its impact upon the environment are conducted to favorable solutions as the example for adopting the organic agriculture.

Keywords


biodiversity;genetically modified organisms;organic agriculture

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