FARMING PROCESS

Farming Practices & Methods

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Farming Practices To Preserve Land & Water

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Chicken Farmed For Meat

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Pig Farm Management

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Beef Cattle Farming

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Improved Rice Cultivation

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Soil Improvement Techniques

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Intensive Fruit Farming

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Are organic products of the same quality as other food and drink ?

Organic production methods differ from conventional ones – but the aim is nonetheless to produce top-quality food and drink. Organic produce has to meet the same safety standards as other foods and complies with EU General Food law. The difference is that instead of using chemical compounds to combat pests or weeds, organic farmers use multi-annual crop rotations and resistant varieties to prevent such problems from occurring in the first place.

Organic production methods differ from conventional ones – but the aim is nonetheless to produce top-quality food and drink. Organic produce has to meet the same safety standards as other foods and complies with EU General Food law. The difference is that instead of using chemical compounds to combat pests or weeds, organic farmers use multi-annual crop rotations and resistant varieties to prevent such problems from occurring in the first place.

Organic production methods differ from conventional ones – but the aim is nonetheless to produce top-quality food and drink. Organic produce has to meet the same safety standards as other foods and complies with EU General Food law. The difference is that instead of using chemical compounds to combat pests or weeds, organic farmers use multi-annual crop rotations and resistant varieties to prevent such problems from occurring in the first place.

Organic production methods differ from conventional ones – but the aim is nonetheless to produce top-quality food and drink. Organic produce has to meet the same safety standards as other foods and complies with EU General Food law. The difference is that instead of using chemical compounds to combat pests or weeds, organic farmers use multi-annual crop rotations and resistant varieties to prevent such problems from occurring in the first place.

Organic production methods differ from conventional ones – but the aim is nonetheless to produce top-quality food and drink. Organic produce has to meet the same safety standards as other foods and complies with EU General Food law. The difference is that instead of using chemical compounds to combat pests or weeds, organic farmers use multi-annual crop rotations and resistant varieties to prevent such problems from occurring in the first place.

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