Shrinking violets: are organic farms the sensitive flowers of the rural environment
Wallace, P. (2010). Shrinking violets: are organic farms the sensitive flowers of the rural environment. Resource Management Theory & Practice, 6, 172-206.
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In New Zealand organic farming is a burgeoning sector of the rural economy. Certified organic production units may have their products guaranteed by a range of systems. These systems generally rely upon organic production standards the standards and an external review in terms of adherence to the standards. Failure to comply with the rules results both in a loss of integrity and if detected, decertification.
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