Organic Farming: An Introduction
There is a growing demand for organic produce, and this book explores the value-adding benefits of organic practices in farming, economically and environmentally. With a scientific background and a wide range of real world case studies, this book will help you consider different methods of organic farming and how to implement them. It will show you how to farm in a way that cares for the environment, without using synthetic chemicals. Includes sections on composting, earthworms, managing pests and diseases, converting to organics and certification.
Table of Contents:
• Introduction to organic farming
• Converting to organics
• Soil fertility
• Compost worms
• Useful contacts.
Other titles in this series:
Organic Farming: Crops, Fruits and Vegetables
Organic Farming: Livestock