All relevant; just different aspects of the overall vision we hope to understand and some day achieve or at least realize or witness the fruition of these inter-related ideas for Sustainable Agriculture and Organic Farming to become standard practice rather than the exceptional better choice.
Unfortunately, the standard for what constitutes "organic" produce varies according to the produce/product growing conditions and there's a wide variety of certification standards all with variance in compliance standards. It has, quite frankly, just become another word meaning "better and less harmful than conventional" or "closer to the ideal of ecologically and socially sound practice to enhance our quality of life, health, and biodiversity" rather than something we can comprehensively understand for holistic health practices in producing an agricultural product - unless we take the time and effort to speak with the farmers and growers and workers themselves - and quite frankly, who has the means and time and ways to do this? Maybe, to encourage ourselves, it might be worthwhile to do this in our local farms and vineyards and fisheries? Ask questions and encourage producers to share how much more thoughtful we've all become, and how we have enhanced or changed our practices for the better - thanks to the organic foods and textiles and sustainable forestry movements.