SPECIFIC ASPECTS OF MANAGING AN ORGANIC CROP FARM

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Keywords
organic crop farm, management of components, management requirements, managerial practice and approaches

Abstract
The evolution in the development of agricultural technologies has facilitated the spread of organic farming throughout the world. Managerial decisions related to the application of environmental methods of production in Bulgaria provide an opportunity for the realisation of ecological activities by agricultural crop farms.

This lays the foundation for the efficient management of the environmental components of innovative organic crop farms, as well as the provision of opportunities for their optimal operation. The choice of appropriate managerial practices in the development of the crop farming sector in the organic farming industry is based on compliance with particular principles and approaches.

JEL: O13, Q13, Q57
Pages: 19

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