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ORC Bulletin 110 published

Category: News
25 October 2012

The autumn 2012 issue of the ORC Bulletin is now out, packed with articles including:

  • the potential of tree forage to provide nutrition for livestock
  • key principles for the development of organic protected cropping regulations
  • effect of tillage on earthworm populations
  • the latest statistical data on organic land area and farm incomes in the UK
  • ORCís Participatory Research Network making things happen
  • Influence of management on cereal populations
  • Review of Philip Confordís latest book on the more recent history of the organic movement.

You can now find the previous Bulletin 109 online, but if you are not already, why not subscribe so that you get the printed Bulletin as soon as it is published.

Keywords: bulletin agroforestry earthworms reduced tillage statistics farming incomes wheat populations protected cropping standards

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