In recent years interest in organic farming has increased dramatically, among farmers and the general public alike. Barry Wookey runs Rushall, one of the organic farms in the United Kingdom, and in this book he describes the conversion and day-to-day management of his 1650 acres. He argues that organic farming is not sentimental nonsense reserved for drop-outs or radicals, but that the organic farm of the 1980's is a modern, efficient enterprise, and a profitable and successful venture too. The book is at once a practical guide and a personal story, and contains much advice that has been learnt through bitter experience. This book contains illustrations.
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Book Description Blackwell Pub, 1987. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0631155260