The major problem in Pakistan is the poor productivity of our soil due to continuous Cropping & because of the low content of the organic matter. The efficiency of the organic inputs in the promotion of productivity depends on the organic contents of the soil. There were many resemblances of organic farming principles in the traditional agriculture of Pakistan. But the former gives a more open and verifiable scientific foundation than the latter. Natural plant nutrients from green manures, farmyard manures, composts and plant residues build organic content in the soil. It is reported that soil under organic farming conditions had lower bulk density, higher water holding capacity, higher microbial biomass carbon and nitrogen and higher soil respiration activities compared to the conventional farms. This indicates that sufficiently higher amounts of nutrients are made available to the crops due to enhanced microbial activity under organic farming. Several indirect benefits from organic farming are available to both the farmers and consumers. While the consumers get healthy foods with better palatability and taste and nutritive values, the farmers are indirectly benefited from healthy soils and farm production environment.