Since the end of World War II, agriculture has changed tremendously. Over the last four decades, a significant movement has formed to challenge the necessity of the high expenses and to propose innovative alternatives. In today's food production systems, the push for sustainable agriculture is gaining traction and acceptability. Sustainable agriculture refers to farming practices that are aware of and sensitive to the consequences of farming on the environment. Environmental health, economic profitability, and social equality are the three fundamental goals of sustainable agriculture. Agricultural sustainability is based on the idea that we must meet current needs without jeopardizing future generations' ability to meet their own.