Organic farming at the farm level: scenarios for the future development

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Organic farming at the farm level : scenarios for the future development. / Jacobsen, Brian H.; Madsen, Niels; Ørum, Jens Erik.

Fødevareøkonomisk Institut, 2005. 101 p. (Fødevareøkonomisk Institut - Rapporter; No. 178).

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Harvard

Jacobsen, BH, Madsen, N & Ørum, JE 2005, Organic farming at the farm level: scenarios for the future development. Fødevareøkonomisk Institut - Rapporter, no. 178, Fødevareøkonomisk Institut.

APA

Jacobsen, B. H., Madsen, N., & Ørum, J. E. (2005). Organic farming at the farm level: scenarios for the future development. Fødevareøkonomisk Institut. Fødevareøkonomisk Institut - Rapporter, No. 178

Vancouver

Jacobsen BH, Madsen N, Ørum JE. Organic farming at the farm level: scenarios for the future development. Fødevareøkonomisk Institut, 2005. 101 p. (Fødevareøkonomisk Institut - Rapporter; No. 178).

Author

Jacobsen, Brian H. ; Madsen, Niels ; Ørum, Jens Erik. / Organic farming at the farm level : scenarios for the future development. Fødevareøkonomisk Institut, 2005. 101 p. (Fødevareøkonomisk Institut - Rapporter; No. 178).

Bibtex

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