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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.
Here the farmer assists the natural recycling process by incorporating into the soil system inputs, waste collected from other living systems. This might mean leaving residue from last year’s crop on the soil, mulching with plant material or amending the soil with composted plant or animal waste material. As these organic materials decay, they release their nutrients back to the soil where they are used to support the biotic life of soil and the growth of the next crop. Soil organic matter — humus — is a major determinant in soil health.
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