Az Ökológiai Módon Művelt Termőterületek Nagyságát Befolyásoló Tényezők És Az Árutermelő Növények Piaci Poziciói Magyarországon
AbstractThe significance of organic farmlands can be evaluated in two ways: based on their ecological and their economic implications. Regarding the former, it does not make a crucial difference how the land is utilised specifically: pasture and meadow; arable land or plantation or certified organic farmland, use not known. For an illustration, let us consider that in 2005, almost half of organic farmlands in the world were located in Australia, amounting to over 31 million hectares. Most of this area is pastoral land for low intensity grazing in Australia. Therefore, one organic hectare in Australia is not directly equivalent to one organic hectare in Denmark, for example, due to its level of productivity. As a result, it is worthwhile to survey the exact extent of the three categories of organic farmlands, and the production and market possibilities of different crops. As a result, it is worthwhile to survey the exact extent of the three categories of organic farmlands, and the production and market possibilities of different crops.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Szent Istvan University, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences in its series Bulletin of the Szent Istvan University with number 43327.
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ökológiai növénytermesztés; fejlődési lehetőség; modellezés; Pareto-elv; organic crop production; possibility for development; model; Pareto principle; Agribusiness; Crop Production/Industries; Farm Management;
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