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Organic (ecological) farming, with its emphasis on sustainable agro-ecosystem management and the use of locally-derived, renewable resources, offers potential solutions to some of the key problems faced by the agricultural sectors of industrialized countries. Many European governments now provide direct financial support for organic farming in recognition of its contribution to current policy objectives, including environmental protection, conservation of non-renewable resources, controlling over-production and the reorientation of agriculture towards areas of market demand. Drawing on studies from the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, Germany, Denmark and Switzerland, this book provides the first comprehensive international review of the economics of organic farming. It covers the physical and financial performance of organic farms, the special features of adoption and the transition process, the implications of widespread adoption, and the analysis of policy implications and initiatives in the different countries. The factual information and empirical data from the studies reported make this book a valuable resource for researchers, policy analysts, professional advisors and students in agricultural economics, management and agri-environmental policy.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by N. H. Lampkin and S. Padel.|
|Contributions||Lampkin, N. H., Padel, S.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 468 p. :|
|Number of Pages||468|
|LC Control Number||95018953|
The Food and Agriculture Organisation, the United Nations’ agency charged with thinking about such matters, published a report in which suggested that by agricultural production will. Focusing on organic farming, this book presents peer-reviewed contributions from leading international academics and researchers in the field of organic agriculture, plant ecosystems, sustainable horticulture and related areas of biodiversity science. It includes case studies and reviews on organic.
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Drawing on studies from the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, Germany, Denmark and Switzerland, this book provides the first comprehensive international review of the economics of organic farming.
The factual information and empirical data from the studies reported make. xiv Economics of Organic Farming Area under Food and Non- Food Crops in the Selected Districts and in Andhra Pradesh (Tri-Annum: to ) 48 Area of Operational Holdings in the Selected Districts and in Andhra Pradesh – 49 Distribution of Sample Households by Farming Practice and Crops Grown Organic farming has been among the most popular concepts for more than three decades.
Despite being a rapidly growing sector, certified organic agriculture occupies only less than 1 percent of. This book starts with an extensive description of the economics of organic farming. Food products are grown by two groups—conventional growers, who target the mass market, and organic growers who target either the ‘niche urban market’ or the worldwide export market.
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