Organic Production Rules

The Emergence And Development Of Organic Production In Syria

The Beginning Of The Year 2000: A Study On Organic Agriculture Was Prepared In Collaboration Between The Ministry Of Agriculture And Agrarian Reform And The Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations (FAO)

 

2003: Participation In The First Arab Conference On Organic Agriculture Held In Tunis.

 

2006: Launch Of The Institutional Strengthening Project For Organic Agriculture In Syria In Cooperation Between The Ministry Of Agriculture And Agrarian Reform And The Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations (FAO).

 

2012: Legislative Decree No. 12 Regulating Organic Production Was Issued In Syria.

 

 

2012: Creation Of The Directorate Of The Office Of Organic Production As A Competent Authority To Regulate And Control The Organic Agriculture Sector And Supervise It.

 

 

Definition Of Organic Agriculture

 

Organic Agriculture Is A System Of Agricultural Production That Is Subject To A System Of Control And Inspection According To The Certification Programs Prepared On The Basis Of Clear And Specific Legal Legislation And Includes The Control Of All Stages Of The Production Chain And Includes Practices That Ensure The Acquisition Of A High-Quality Product While Conserving Natural Resources And Environmental.. 

 

According To IFOAM, Organic Agriculture Encompasses All Agricultural Systems That Support The Environmentally, Socially And Economically Correct Production Of Agricultural Products. These Systems Depend On Soil Fertility And Local Resources, Which Are Key To Successful Production.

Organic Agriculture Aims To Respect The Natural Capacity Of Plants, Animals And Nature.

Organic Farming Significantly Reduces External Inputs By Refraining From The Use Of Fertilizers, Pesticides And Manufactured Chemical Medicines. Instead, It Allows For Effective Laws Of Nature To Increase Agricultural Production And To Resist Diseases And Pests.

Organic Agriculture Is Not Only A Method Of Agriculture Where Artificial Fertilizers Are Not Used, And It Is Not A Method That Our Ancestors Used To Do, But A System That Requires Long-Term Planning Based On Accumulated Knowledge And Experience..

There Are Several Laws And Standards In The World That Include The Production Of Organic Products (Plant-Animal) And Their Import And Export, Within The Membership Requirements Of These Organic Laws

 

Among The Most Important Standards And Laws In The World:

 

1. European Union Act (EC) 834/2007 Of 2007.

 

2. Japanese Organic Agriculture Standards (JAS), Which Was Introduced In 2001.

 

3. The American Organic Program (NOP), Which Came Into Force In 2002.

 

4. The Tunisian Biological Farming Law No. 30 Of 1999.

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