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The intersection of environmental responsibility, economic viability, and agronomic innovation is sustainable agriculture. This study focuses on the crucial functions of biopesticides and biofertilizers as it explores the complex relationships among the aspects of sustainable agriculture. In order to understand the complex interplay between environmental, economic, and agronomic aspects, the study includes correlation analysis and reliability testing. The correlation analysis reveals complex patterns, such as the inverse relationship between "Pesticide Residue" and "Biopesticides," which supports the viability of biopesticides for residue management. The relationship between "Net Profits" and "Biopesticides" is favorable, underscoring the financial advantages of using sustainable methods. The reliability analysis supports the validity of the study's conclusions, and the survey instrument's robustness is supported by a high Cronbach's Alpha coefficient ( a = 0.82). The report summarizes findings, underlines the interplay of factors across dimensions, and provides policymakers with useful takeaways for promoting environmentally friendly and financially successful farming techniques. The study adds a thread to the complex web of sustainable agriculture while acknowledging its limitations and outlining potential directions. It emphasizes the significance of comprehensive approaches to solving current agricultural problems.