Organic and conventional farm land differ significantly in their agricultural practices and approaches to cultivation. Organic farming prioritizes sustainability and environmental stewardship by promoting the use of natural and organic inputs, avoiding synthetic pesticides, herbicides, and genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Instead, organic farmers focus on crop rotation, composting, and natural pest control methods to maintain soil health and fertility. They also avoid using synthetic fertilizers, relying on organic alternatives. On the other hand, conventional farming employs conventional agricultural practices that include the use of synthetic chemicals such as pesticides and fertilizers to maximize crop yields and control pests. While conventional farming may often result in higher yields, it may also have adverse effects on the environment due to chemical runoff and soil degradation. In contrast, organic farming aims to support biodiversity, reduce pollution, and prioritize the long-term health of the ecosystem in which it operates.