In organic production, consideration is given to the health of the soil, environment, consumers and workers. The cornerstone of cultivation is carefully planned crop rotation: in addition to the actual crop plants, rotation involves green manures that improve soil structure and fertility. Cultivation causes little harm to the environment because of the absence of synthetic pesticides, for example. This also enables the development of a more biodiverse field ecosystem. And farm workers are not exposed to the dangers of pesticide use. Protecting the wellbeing of the environment and consumers is expensive and for that reason organic produce costs more than non-organic. Organic production ensures that consumers get nutritious food on their table that is grown with respect for the environment.