Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/2281
Title: ORGANIC AGRICULTURE IN SERBIA, SLOVENIA AND AUSTRIA-POSITIVE EXPERIENCES FOR DEVELOPMENT OF ORGANIC AGRICULTURE IN THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA
Authors: Hadzi Naumova-Mihajlovska, Katerina
Keywords: development of organic agriculture, organic production, organic farming
Issue Date: Dec-2018
Publisher: Institute of Economics - Skopje
Journal: Economic development JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF ECONOMICS - SKOPJE
Abstract: Abstract:Organic production is recognized as one of the ways that lead to sustain-able development, meet social expectations when it comes to environmental and sustainable management of natural conditions and development of rural areas. In recent years it has increased interest and an upward trend in terms of consumption and production worldwide. In the countries of European Union (EU) there’s a great interest and public support for organic farming. This stems from the fact that in 1991 the European Union adopted Council Regulation no.2092 / 91 (EEC No.2092 / 91), which in detail defines the requirements to be met for certain agricultural products or food can be labeled as organic. In order to emphasize the possibilities offered by organic production in terms of its or-ganization of entities, the paper presents the positive experiences in countries where organic agriculture is an important and developed production system. It comes to Serbia, Slovenia and Austria, i.e. countries that are characterized by specific features which arise significant findings in efforts to promote the devel-opment of organic farming in the Republic of Macedonia.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/2281
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