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Unlike some fair trade schemes, no subsidies are paid and the cotton produced is not organic, although rain-fed cultivation and crop rotation are encouraged and pesticide and fertiliser use is minimised.
The Rundu delegates were also given presentations on the importance of record keeping of planting, crop rotation, yields per hectare, cost of production as well as the consistent supply of fresh produce to traders.
The CAP reforms will allow member states to operate their own environmental benefit schemes if they can demonstrate that they provide equivalent benefits to the EU's crop rotation, permanent pasture and ecological focus area prescriptions.
We conducted microplot trials to explore the potential of fallowing and crop rotation to remediate PRD.
Crop rotation is a great way of keeping your soil in trim.
Crop rotation is a useful deterrent for most pests and diseases.
Ideally, try to include veg from each of the main crop groups - brassicas, leafy salads, roots and legumes (peas and beans) - and plan your crop rotation, so that no crop is grown in the same spot two years running.
Ideally, try to include veg from each of the main crop groups, brassicas, leafy salads, roots and legumes (peas and beans), and plan your crop rotation, so that no crop is grown in the same spot two years running.
We also work with the Farm Stewardship Certification and Assessment Program to acknowledge farmers who are good stewards of natural resources, and to encourage farmers to consider additional conservation practices like riparian buffers, stream-bank stabilization, stream fencing, crop rotation, integrated pest management, and reforestation and grassland establishment.
Crop rotation traditionally took care of the problem.
The inventions outscored the fishing net, the plough, the cork, crop rotation and the knife, as judged by members of the UK's national academy of science.
To avoid white rot, a serious disease which can kill members of the onion family, practice crop rotation.