In recent, it is raised the need that a direction of agricultural policy should move to sustainable agriculture from product-oriented conventional agriculture. The objective of this study is to explore producers’ perceptions and points of view about sustainable agriculture. In addition, the study analyzes what factors affect producers’ perceptions toward the adoption of sustainable farming methods and their adoption intention, considering economic, environmental, social aspects. The study shows that the effective ways of realizing sustainable agriculture are the use of organic fertilizer and the cultivation of a green manure crop as well. However, an economic factoris the main obstacle to practicing sustainable agriculture. It is demonstrated that a major benefit offering sustainable agriculture turns out the production of safe agri-food. The results indicate that sustainable agriculture may spread over through economic incentives, such as direct payment. According to the empirical results, a crucial factor for the adoption of sustainable agriculture is producers’ perceptions that sustainable agriculture contributes to alleviating income disparity.