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An analytical framework for appraising Integrated Arable Farming Systems

Park, J. ORCID:, Bailey, A., Keatinge, J.D.H., Rehman, T. U., Harris, D. and Tranter, R. ORCID: (1996) An analytical framework for appraising Integrated Arable Farming Systems. Aspects of Applied Biology: Rotations and Cropping Systems, 47. pp. 317-325.

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Integrated Arable Farming Systems are examined from the perspective of the farmer considering the use of such techniques, and data are presented which suggest that the uptake of the approach may expose the manager to a greater degree of risk. Observations are made about the possible uptake of such systems in the UK and the implications this may have for agricultural and environmental policy in general.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Life Sciences > School of Agriculture, Policy and Development > Department of Sustainable Land Management > Centre for Agri-environmental Research (CAER)
ID Code:25397
Publisher:Association of Applied Biologists

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