Conventionalisation of organic farming practices: from structural criteria towards an assessment based on organic principles. A review

@article{Darnhofer2010ConventionalisationOO,
  title={Conventionalisation of organic farming practices: from structural criteria towards an assessment based on organic principles. A review},
  author={Ika Darnhofer and Thomas Lindenthal and Ruth Bartel-Kratochvil and Werner Zollitsch},
  journal={Agronomy for Sustainable Development},
  year={2010},
  volume={30},
  pages={67-81}
}
Organic farming is widely perceived as being more environmentally friendly than conventional farming. As a form of sustainable agriculture, it receives substantial support from policy for its contribution to environmental protection as well as the provision of amenities such as biodiversity and cultural landscapes. Consumers are attracted to organic foods as they are produced without synthetic chemicals and comply with higher animal welfare standards. Although organic farming certainly has the… CONTINUE READING

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