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Organic Farming: A Promising Way of Food Production

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Organic Farming: A Promising Way of Food Production
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535122562
Number of pages: 372

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Many of the traditional farming methods used in the past are still useful today. Organic farming takes the best of these and combines them with modern scientific knowledge. Authors' task was to write a book where many different existing studies could be presented in a single volume, making it easy for the reader to compare methods, results and conclusions.

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