Do Integrated Arable Farming Systems provide a more sustainable form of agricultural production: the UK case
Park, J., Bailey, A., Yates, C., Keatinge, J. D. H., Rehman, T. U. and Tranter, R. (1999) Do Integrated Arable Farming Systems provide a more sustainable form of agricultural production: the UK case. Journal of Farm Management, 10 (7). pp. 379-391. ISSN 0014-8059
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Integrated Arable Farming Systems (IAFS) projects utilise a range of novel and different farming techniques, often associated with optimising or reducing the use of inputs. Here, data is presented from the LINK-IFS project which suggests that, although input levels are being reduced, the overall profitability of the system can be maintained. The effect of thus reduction in inputs, however, in terms of impact on key environmental indicators is unclear.
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