The word “organic” refers to the way farmers grow and process agricultural products. A big difference is in soil fertility. Organic farms rotate their crops which add to the nutritious value of the food you are eating to ensure you get more vitamins and minerals in the same volume of food.
Organic farming practices are designed to encourage soil and water conservation and reduce pollution. We don’t use conventional methods to fertilize, or control weeds. For example, rather than using chemical weed killers, we rotate our crops, till between the rows, and use the old fashion method of hoeing in the fields. If you see a field with no weeds, most likely there has been use of some sort of weed kill. If you look closely at our pictures, you will see a few weeds among our grass.
Avoiding pesticides and chemicals is another good reason to eat organic foods as pesticides can be absorbed into the food, and leave trace residues. When you eat a plant sprayed with chemicals, you may also be eating those chemical residues.
Evergreen is Organic, meaning we have met the standards and regulations required to call our product "Organic".