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10-year interdisciplinary monitoring of organic stocklass, vegetable rotations at Warwick-HRI, Kirton, South Lincolnshire, UK Organic Eprints
Schmutz, U; Rayns, F; Sumpton, P.
Interdisciplinary monitoring of an organic stockless farming system has been carried out over ten years on a fertile silty clay loam in the main vegetable production area of the UK. The results draw together economic outcomes with agronomy, soil science and agro-ecology. Organic management has been used at the Kirton research site since conversion of a 3.2 ha unit in 1997. There is great variability in crop yields and marketing results but overall a successful ongoing vegetable production system has been established. Soil fertility, weeds, pests and diseases have been managed successfully without imports of animal manures or green waste compost. Production costs are well controlled and marketable yields are good. However, because the site is a research...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Crop health; Quality; Protection Weed management Farm nutrient management Vegetables Composting and manuring Farm economics.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://orgprints.org/10163/1/10%2Dyear_interdisciplinary_monitoring_or_organic_stockless%2C_vegetable_rotations_at_Warwick%2DHRI%2C_Kirton%2C_South_Lincolnshire%2C_UK.pdf
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An integrated analysis of scale effects in alternative agricultural systems Organic Eprints
Firth, C; Philipps, L; Stagl, S; Benton, T; Brown, K; Buton, R; Carver, S; Davies, B; Gibbon, D; Godwin, R; Kunin, B; Rigiby, D; Sait, S; Schmutz, U.
The impacts associated with alternative methods of agricultural production, and the factors that drive their adoption, are critically dependent on the scale at which they are applied. Using organic farming as a case study, this project operating from 2006–2009 in the UK, will undertake an integrated assessment of scale effects by studying matched sets of farms situated in landscapes with high and low concentrations of organic farming. Clusters of organic and conventional farms to work with have been identified in the South West and Midlands region of England.
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Environmental aspects; Social aspects; Farm economics.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://orgprints.org/10222/1/An_integrated_analysis_of_scale_effects_in_alternative_agricultural_systems.pdf
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