Others have argued that the label 'organic' should not have anything to do with where the crop is grown.
Proponents of the practice say the label “organic” is something that should refer to the nutrients that are used to grow the crops, not where they are grown. To grow something hydroponically, sand, gravel or water is used, instead of soil. Nutrients are added in.
Crops can be grown more efficiently and cheaper in hydroponic greenhouses, therefore helping organic food become available to more people.