Organic farming in Australia: An economist's perspective

Organic agriculture has emerged as an important contributor of ideas in the continuing Australian search for sustainable farming systems. Recognising this, choices arise over the need for government intervention to foster the development of organic approaches to agriculture. Even when the choice is to not intervene directly, an understanding of factors behind how voluntary conversion to this way of farming would help governments, farmer organisations and agribusiness to meet the demands of converting farmers for knowledge, inputs and services. The aim in this paper is to assist informed resolution of these questions.


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Issue Date:
1993
Publication Type:
Conference Paper/ Presentation
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/9676
Total Pages:
61
Series Statement:
Proceedings of 'Organic Agriculture: A Serious Form of Agriculture' Conference convened by the Australian Institute for Agricultural Science, Moama, Australia, 17 June, 1993, D. Small, D. Auldist, K. Wilson and J. Bourchier (eds).




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