Sustainability in Organic and Low Input Food Production Systems
These proceedings document the
results of the congress ‘Improving Stustainability in Organic and Low Input
Food Production Systems’ held March 20 - 23, 2007, organized by the Research
Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL in cooperation with the University of Hohenheim.
This congress was the 3rd in a series organized as part of the EU funded
Integrated Project ‘Quality Low Input Food’ QLIF.
It was convened in parallel with the 9th Scientific Conference on Organic
Agriculture in German-speaking countries, entitled ‘Between tradition and
globalization’, hosted by the University
The QLIF project aims to improve quality, ensure safety and reduce cost along
the organic and low input food supply chains through research, dissemination
and training activities. Its subprojects cover all aspects of organic and low
input food and farming: Consumer studies, quality, crop & livestock production,
processing and supply chains, environmental and socioeconomic aspects.
Niggli, Carlo Leifert, Thomas Alföldi, Lorna Lück & Helga Willer
of Pages: 462
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