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Requirements and alternatives under organic farming: Proceedings

by Dunsmoor, J; Borland, B; La Gra, J; IICA, Canefield (Dominica); Round Table Meeting on Organic Farming Canefield (Dominica) 8 Jun 1989.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall number: IICA-PRRET A2/DM No.90-01 Series: Reports, Results and Recommendations from Technical Events Series A2/DM (IICA) no. 90-01. Publisher: Canefield (Dominica): 1989Description: p. 18-23.ISSN: 0253-4746.Summary: The article defines what the organic system is. It explains that the organic system is extremely high thec, but extremely simple at the same time. The foundation of organic agriculture in the soil. Fertility of the soil is defined as a balance of organic matter, minerals, nutrient availability and biological activity. These ideas and other ones are presented with the purpose may help to start clicking about the possibilities of being able to grow food organically without using petrochemical inputs. (MIBA)Subject(s): AGRICULTURA ORGANICA | FERTILIDAD DEL SUELO | SIMBIOSIS | ABONOS | | | | | AGRICULTURE BIOLOGIQUE | FERTILITE DU SOL | SYMBIOSE | ENGRAIS
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