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    nap_belgium_en

    16: Organic farming in Wallonia Organic farming represented approximately 55,000 ha in crop surface area in 2012 (i.e. + 9.3% versus 2011 and 7.6% of Walloon UAA). This same figure was a mere 16,872 ha in 2000. In parallel, the number of organic farms rose from 435 in 2000 to 1090 in 2012 (+ 11.2% versus 2011). Organic farming in Wallonia mainly involves grasslands (85%) and field crops (12%) while
    18 Feb 2014
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    Ntional action plan to reduce the risk associated with the use ...

    products. Detailed rules for management of organic methods are determined by the law of 25 June 2009 on organic farming (Dz.U. No. 116, item 975) and Council Regulation (EC) No 834/2007 of 28 June 2007 on organic production and labelling of organic products and repealing Regulation (EEC) No 2092/91 (OJ L 189, 20.07.2007, p.1, as amended). The objectives for the further development of organic farming
    05 Sep 2013
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    nap_sweden_en

    Helping to ensure that research into organic farming promotes the development of agriculture as a whole. ? Encouraging a dialogue between researchers and society about organic farming and ensuring that research results are made available quickly. ? Contributing to increased international collaboration on research into organic farming. ? Coordinating and initiating training about organic agriculture
    17 Sep 2013
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    attitude, attitude of business representatives) 1 This compilation was prepared by the Commission on the basis of the information provided by Lithuania, and was validated by Lithuania. 2 Source: Commission report published on 2 April 2009 on the coexistence of genetically modified crops with conventional and organic farming (http:/ec.europa.eu/agriculture/gmo/coexistence/index_en.htm). 3 Source: idem
    14 Apr 2011
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    87595/2012-MZE-17221

    and recycling. In the CR there is also national legislation for organic farming (Act No. 242/2000 Coll., on Organic Farming and on the Amendment to Act No. 368/1992 Coll., on Administrative Fees, as amended, and Decree No. 16/2006 Coll., which implements certain provisions of the Act on Organic Farming, as amended) and developmental support tools have been set. Organic farmers are supported by the state
    28 Jan 2013
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    ITABTheTechnicalInstituteforOrganicFarminginFrance

    sppm p.1 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 What is the name of your organisation? ITAB (The Technical Institute for Organic Farming in France) 1.2 What stakeholder group does your organisation belong to? Other 1.2.1 Please specify Organisation operating on national level 1.3 Please write down the address (postal, e-mail, telephone, fax and web page if available) of your organisation ITAB 149 rue de Bercy 75595 Paris
    05 Aug 2011
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    S&PM Evaluation - Final Report - 31 Oct 2008

    respect to Article 14 of the new Directive, it was considered that the quantitative restrictions are limiting because some organic farmers may want to expand their businesses to grow 300ha or more of one particular conservation variety. Farmers themselves are involved in participatory breeding programmes i.e. farmers and researchers but not commercial breeders. In France alone there are farmers and
    28 Nov 2008
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    Commission Recommendation of 13 July 2010 on guidelines for the...

    and organic farming (OJ L 189, 29.7.2003, p. 36). ANNEX 1. Introduction 1.1. National co-existence measures to avoid the unintended presence of GMOs in conventional and organic crops The cultivation of GMOs in the EU has implications for the organisation of agricultural production. On the one hand, the possibility of the unintended presence of genetically modified (GM) crops in non-GM crops (conventional
    27 Aug 2010
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    dedicated to integrated farming certified with trademark, the size and ratio of areas they cultivate. - Number of technical publications, informative materials, training. - Change, decrease of the use of plant protection products. NatioNal PlaNt ProtectioN actioN PlaN 37 5.3.6. Ecological farming Spread of ecological (organic) farming practice can significantly contribute in Hungary to the sustainable
    20 Sep 2013
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    IFOAMEUGroupInternationalFederationofOrganicAgricultureMovement...

    of the seasons and soils and parasites .In the future this genetic flow has to continue, they are the roots of the sector, while breeders can still find new inputs for their breeding work. Especially for organic farming a broad genetic diversity is very important even within selections. The power and the identity of a grower selection is not in the genome of an individual genotype but in the genetics
    05 Aug 2011