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By Richard C. Larock

This long-awaited, greatly-expanded re-creation of a best-selling consultant deals an encyclopedic and systematic selection of priceless artificial technique, together with tens of hundreds of thousands of reactions and artificial adjustments. the 1st variation has been reviewed within the specialist journals as "clearly...the first selection for researchers looking details on man made variations. And as "useful to a person who needs to do natural synthesis, specially these whose concentration isn't strictly natural chemistry. It presents a...clear highway map to the artificial literature and may be saved inside effortless achieve of the chemist's desk."

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1 The marketing of organic products needs to take consumers’ motives for buying organic products into account. Consumers are not necessarily motivated by an adherence to organic principles; their choice in favour of organic products is more likely to reflect their general values, ethical standards, levels of personal satisfaction and well-being. 8) showed that in Germany aspects such as taste or animal welfare are more important motives for buying food than organic principles, although animal welfare is stated as a principle in organic standards.

This section gives an overview of the policies that were important in the European Union up to the end of the twentieth century. The two most important EU policy measures, in terms of their impact on the organic farming sector, were • the agri-environmental policies implemented as a consequence of the McSharry Reform (1992) of European agriculture policies, within which organic farming was supported; • a Europe-wide common certification system for organic farming which came into effect at the beginning of the 1990s and has recently been extended to the animal production sector.

Scientific research is never value-free and values determine the research questions asked. The organic farming movement has chosen a set of values stated in their production standards (IFOAM 1996). Instead of differentiating the organic research approach from the conventional one, it can be considered compliant to systems theory, as is widely acknowledged. Organisation The organisation of research for organic farming began in the 1970s. This led to the establishment of two types of private research institute, differentiated by their interest in either • organic gardening or small-scale farming; or • professional, full-time organic farming.

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