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Economic management in organic agriculture \ Organic agriculture : a global perspective [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Wynen, E. \ 2006
In this chapter, the economics of organic agriculture for farmers is considered, which includes issues surrounding yields, inputs, outputs and returns to farming. In general, the financial results can be positive for organic farmers, but are not nece ...
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What are the key issues faced by organic producers? \ Organic agriculture: sustainability, markets and policies [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Wynen, E. \ 2003
Concerns facing organic producers can be divided into two groups, production and marketing. In the early days of the organic industry, the production problems of farmers were emphasised, and research topics were often concentrated on soil, pests and ...
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Organic agriculture in Australia : levies and expenditure [Boek]
Wynen, E. \ 2003
While organic farmers in Australia pay levies for research and development purposes, it is sometimes argued that they do not receive sufficient benefits from the research funded with the levies. This publication quantifies the levies paid by organic ...
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Impact on Australian broadacre agriculture of widespread adoption of organic farming [Boek]
Wynen, E. \ 1997
The effects of a widespread move towards organic management methods in broadacre Australian agriculture (grain-livestock sector) is analysed, and changes in input use, production, prices, returns to producers and other variables are estimated. A seri ...
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Biological diversity on ecologically managed farms - grassland fungi \ Ecology and farming : international IFOAM-magazine [Artikel]
Wynen, E. \ 1996
Summary of a study after the occurrence of grassland fungi on 16 organic farms in Norway. Grassland fungi are a bioindicator of biodiversity and play a role in the breakdown of organic material
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Research implications of a paradigm shift in agriculture : the case of organic farming [Boek]
Wynen, E. \ 1996
Analysing the development of organic agriculture according to Kuhn's theory leads to the conclusion that a change is taking place within agriculture which cannot be seen as part of the existing agricultural system but is a paradigm shift. This has im ...
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Conversion from conventional to organic agriculture [Boek]
Wynen, E. \ 1992
In this paper prepared for the 36th Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural Economics Society, 10-12 February 1992, a model was set up to imitate as closely as possible a typical conventional farm, together with an organic farm, in the Tatia ...
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Conversion to organic agriculture in Australia : problems and possibilities in the cereal - livestock industry [Boek]
Wynen, E. \ 1992
After discussing the existing literature, an in-depth study of the conversion period of seven cereal-livestock farmers in Australia is made. The important issues of conversion are discussed in the light of the described experiences. An attempt is mad ...
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Organic agriculture : a review of the marketing and economics of production with particular reference to Scotland [Boek]
Daw, M. \ Slee, B. \ Wynen, E. \ 1991
In this study the current markets, organisations and production economics of organic farming in the United Kingdom with emphasis on Scotland is outlined and future prospects are broadly indicated
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Sustainable and conventional agriculture in South-Eastern Australia : a comparison [Boek]
Wynen, E. \ 1990
A survey of sustainable cereal/livestock farmers in South-Eastern Australia in 1985-1986 is described in this study. Sustainable farming is characterized by low-input costs, and by net financial returns similar to those in conventional agriculture. S ...
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Wheat marketing for sustainable producers in Australia [Boek]
Wynen, E. \ 1989
Past and future wheat marketing arrangements in Australia and their consequences for growers of organic wheat are discussed
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Sustainable and conventional agriculture : an economic analysis of Australian cereal-livestock farming [Proefschrift]
Wynen, E. \ 1989
A detailed survey was undertaken to analyse the financial returns to farming and to consider the differences in input use and practices, and output quantities and prices. The effects of institutional factors which influence the financial results, suc ...
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Sustainable and conventional agriculture in South-Eastern Australia : a comparison [Boek]
Wynen, E. \ 1988
Results of a study on sustainable and conventional wheat/livestock farming in south-east Australia in 1985-1986. Financial returns are similar but sustainable farmers experience difficulties in obtaining information about their management system
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Towards a comparison of conventional and chemical-free farming in Australia [Boek]
Wynen, E. \ Edwards, G. \ 1988
The benefit and costs- for the farmers and for the public- are considered of a conversion from conventional to chemical-free farming
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Sustainable agriculture : a new direction : proceedings of a symposium held at Dookie College, 20 June 1987 [Congresverslag] - 2nd ed.
Wynen, E. \ 1988
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Sustainable agriculture : a viable alternative [Boek]
Wynen, E. \ Fritz, S. \ 1987
Discussing paper including a wide range of issues about sustainable agriculture such as long term soil productivity, pesticide resistance and health related subjects on the farm. Studies from all over the world which make clear that large scale susta ...
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