Einzelbetrieblicher Umgang mit Dokumentationspflichten im Pflanzenschutz: Eine empirische Erhebung
Due to new legislation, contractual commitments and societal demands, the need to document production processes has been growing continuously for farmers. This is particularly so with regard to plant protection. In this study, we surveyed how 581 farmers from Lower Saxony meet the documentation requirements. Almost all farmers surveyed document their plant production including plant protection measures. The most striking differences can be observed with regard to documentation technologies and investments made. Factor and cluster analyses allowed the identification four groups of farmers with different motivations and attitudes towards existing documentation requirements.
Volume (Year): 57 (2008)
Issue (Month): 6 ()
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