ORGANIC FARMING BETWEEN THE CARPATHIAN AND BALKAN MOUNTAINS

Published in Journal of Young Scientist, Vol.I
Written by Madalin Ionut COSTINESCU

This article presents a parallel between the two countries in Eastern Europe on organic farming, namely Romania and Serbia. Throughout the paper are developed common elements and differences between the two countries on agricultural areas in the ecological system, certified organic products, their sales markets, the criteria for certification of organic products, associations and representative companies and Swot analysis of each Organic farming. It was analyzed the period from 2000 until present day, during which the concept of organic farming was implemented, becoming more effective by practicing it and by supporting both governments through laws and EU directives. Due to high agricultural potential that both Romania and Serbia have, both countries could become an important source of green products for both the European Union and the world for a long time.

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Costinescu M. I. 2013, ORGANIC FARMING BETWEEN THE CARPATHIAN AND BALKAN MOUNTAINS. Journal of Young Scientist, Vol.I, ISSN 2344 - 1283, 41-56.


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