Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Research in Organic Farming

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Raumjit Nokkoul
Raumjit Nokkoul

King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang,
Thailand

Published16 December 2011

Doi10.5772/2441

ISBN978-953-307-381-1

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-5195-1

Copyright year2011

Number of pages200

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5. Technologies and Varieties of Fodder Beet in Organic Farming

By Hana Honsová, František Hnilička, David Bečka and Václav Hejnák

4,114
6. Seed and Crop Production of Yardlong Bean Under Organic Farming System

By Raumjit Nokkoul, Quanchit Santipracha and Wullop Santiprach

4,982
7. Wheat Growing and Quality in Organic Farming

By Petr Konvalina, Zdeněk Stehno, Ivana Capouchová and Jan Moudry

4,172
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8. Evolution of Nitrogen Compounds During Grape Ripening from Organic and Non-Organic Monastrell – Nitrogen Consumption and Volatile Formation in Alcoholic Fermentation

By Teresa Garde-Cerdán, Cándida Lorenzo, Ana M. Martínez-Gil, José F. Lara, Francisco Pardo and M. Rosario Salinas

3,179
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9. Plant Extracts from Mexican Native Species: An Alternative for Control of Plant Pathogens

By Francisco Daniel Hernández Castillo, Francisco Castillo Reyes, Gabriel Gallegos Morales, Raúl Rodríguez Herrera and Cristobal N. Aguilar

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10. Weed Biology and Weed Management in Organic Farming

By Anneli Lundkvist and Theo Verwijst

6,099
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