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Organic Cereal and Pulse Production A Complete Guide

By: Stephen Briggs
432 pages, 89 colour photographs, 44 line drawings
Publisher: Crowood Press
Organic Cereal and Pulse Production
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Organic Cereal and Pulse Production provides a comprehensive guide to the production of organic pulses and cereals across a range of organic farming systems in northern temperate and maritime regions. It examines the subject of organic farming in general, and considers market demands and the issues that need to be considered when determining management strategies.

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Stephen Briggs is one of Britain's leading experts on organic farm management and arable crop production. In addition to running his own small organic farm business, he is the director of Abacus Organic Associates, the UK's leading group of independent organic specialists, who support the organic food and farming industry from plough to plate. Resident - Rutland
By: Stephen Briggs
432 pages, 89 colour photographs, 44 line drawings
Publisher: Crowood Press
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