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University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany. 2. , 2000. That research has been carried out with financial support from the Commission of the European Communities, Agriculture and Fisheries (FAIR) specific RTD programme, FAIR3CT96-1794, “Effects of the CAP-reform and possible further development on organic farming in the EU”. These publications do not necessarily reflect the European Commission’s views and in no way anticipate the Commission’s future policy in this area. 51 farming has a relatively short history and still sparks controversy.
On the contrary, suitable management is a prerequisite for the sound path into the future with respect to ecological, economic and social aspects – and this statement holds both for organic and conventional agriculture. ). An indicator for sustainable development in agriculture has to be oriented in the first place towards conventional agriculture, because this will be in the future the dominating form of agriculture. The Council suggested using the nitrogen balance as an indicator instead of the proportion of organic farming.
In any case, I believe American supporters of organic agriculture have reason to be optimistic at this time. And those pioneers in this movement, with little reward, and often ridicule, deserve our recognition and thanks for all their work. The future for organic agriculture in this country is bright. First, there is mounting evidence of the damage that conventional agriculture practices have done to our ecological resource base as well as to human health. In addition, there is growing scientific evidence of the promise for organic agriculture to meet production goals while maintaining these resources.