Indigenous knowledge / management practices of the farmers to contribute towards sustainable agriculture.
Compliance with the green concept with minimal impact on the environment.
Diverse climatic conditions within the country that enable cultivation of a range of products from tropical to temperate.
Reputation as a supplier of quality products.
Available supply of local resources to enhance production.
Flexible operation (out-grower schemes, short- term employment).
Compliance with International Standards.
Organic agriculture is a sustainable form of agriculture, for both ecological and economic reasons. Sri Lanka has been at the forefront in organic agricultural exports ranging from spices, essential oils, and herbs to rubber. The industry is well equipped to supply the global market.