The point where agricultural practices with a history of thousands of years have reached today is the need for full compliance. Many examples can be given, such as the harmony of man with the environment, the harmony of soil and water with living things. Nature demands harmony and balance. Le Chatelier’s principle on chemical equilibrium states that when an external influence is applied to a system in equilibrium, the system responds in a way that eliminates this effect and a new equilibrium is established. Of course, the new balance is not the same as the old one. In fact, it is the new balance that we do not prefer, which is formed as a result of the reaction of nature, soil degradation, changes in underground and earth waters, changes in plant species and resistance, with the effect of human beings on the environment, living things and soil. With the right practices, a new balance can be re-established in the desired direction.