Corpus ID: 39554849

Pesticide Residues and Organic Production

@inproceedings{Tiryaki2017PesticideRA,
  title={Pesticide Residues and Organic Production},
  author={O. Tiryaki},
  year={2017}
}
This study focused on studies of pesticide residues in organic product. With increasing health and environmental awareness, organic farming has become an integral part of the agricultural policy in many countries. It is the less harmful to human and environment. The target of organic farm is not high quantity of production, but is the high quality. The market value of organic products in Europa was 45 billion € in 2010 and was 27.5 million $ in Turkey in 2009. Organic foods include less… Expand
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