Alternatives to replace the system of deployed conventional agricultural production in the C.E.I.P.A, by an agro-ecological production system are many authors and institutions, who advocate the reduction of air pollution in the world, however there are few specific alternatives suggested to avoid such damage to nature. From this point of view, there is much to be done and it should start by publicly offering without limitations all practical and accurate information that will enable to achieve the stated objectives. A documentary study of all potential alternatives identified so far by the Agroecology intends to do so. This will allow to propose options more adjusted to the different conventional techniques that are applied in the production of the CEIPA systems. This information shall be obtained from works of authors or researchers in the field of Agroecology, which have achieved satisfactory results in what concerns biological controllers and soil ecological improvements. However it is expected also collect the largest amount of knowledge of the common citizen, who works daily in the countryside, peasants, indigenous practices and ancestral knowledge carriers. It is important to know the geographic and cultural characteristics of each region, which may affect the application of agroecological technology affecting the results and credibility about ecological techniques applied. The cataloging of data by country of origin of the research is needed, this by the difference in climate, by various biological means used as control, by the availability of resources in the zones and other factors that must also be taken into account to determine which ones are valid as alternative; the availability of the resource, by the economic system, efficient technique and features socio-cultural producers. With regard to the existing environmental problems Rodriguez (2010), points out that in Venezuela, he has abused of the soil, trying to exploit it to the maximum through tilling and application of agrochemicals, compacting them and filling them pollutants far above its capacity of filtration and regeneration.