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Ecological agriculture in Andalusia: preliminary results of four case studies



Ecological agriculture in Andalusia: preliminary results of four case studies



Agriculture: Agrimed research programme: endogenous regional development in Europe theory, method and practice Proceedings of a seminar held in Vila Real Portugal, 4 and 5 November, 1991: 64-82



The Andalusian sub-programme of CERES (Circle for Rural European Studies) has a strong action-research approach. It intends to promote a communication network among ecological farmers, and also aims to contribute to participative technology through on-farm agronomic trials. This paper compares the four case studies carried out so far by CERES in the region, since June 1991.

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