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alternative agriculture


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alternative agriculture

alternative agriculture

Alternative Agriculture in Cuba

Alternative Agriculture: A History From the Black Death to the Present Day

Alternative Agriculture Today

ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO THE HISTORY OF AGRICULTURE*

Review: People, Landscape and Alternative Agriculture: Essays for Joan Thirsk

Impacts of alternative agricultural income support schemes on multiple policy goals

Agricultural Research: Benefits and Beneficiaries of Alternative Funding Mechanisms

Ex Ante Evaluation of Alternative Agricultural Policies in Laboratory Posted Bid Markets

Crop Insurance in a Political Economy: An Alternative Perspective on Agricultural Policy

Implications of Alternative Options for Future Levels of Support for Agriculture in Central and Eastern Europe

Modeling Regional Agricultural Production and Salinity Control Alternatives for Water Quality Policy Analysis

Implications of Alternative Agricultural Productivity Growth Assumptions on Land Management, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, and Mitigation Potential

Alternative Policies to Agricultural Export Bans that are Less Market-Distorting

Shorter note. Alternative Agriculture. A History from the Black Death to the Present Day. Joan Thirsk

Alternative Spatial Criteria for Targeting Soil and Water Quality Improvements in an Agricultural Watershed

Welfare Impacts of Alternative Public Policies for Agricultural Pollution Control in an Open Economy: A General Equilibrium Framework

Methodological Approaches to Analysis of Agricultural Countermeasures on Radioactive Contaminated Areas: Estimation of Effectiveness and Comparison of Different Alternatives

 

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An approach to farming that reflects traditional practices such as using organic rather than chemical fertilizers and pesticides, increased use of crop rotations, reduced tillage of the soil, greater use of renewable energy sources and of intermediate technology, compared with modern high‐energy, chemical‐dependent agribusiness. Also known as alternative farming. Contrast conventional agriculture. See also ecofarming, organic agriculture.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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