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Low-Input Agriculture

  • In: Green Food: An A-to-Z Guide
  • Edited by: Dustin Mulvaney & Paul Robbins
  • Subject:Environmental Technology, Policy & Management, Environmental Policy

Low-input agriculture describes farming systems that require and use less purchased, synthetic products to effectively grow a crop. Agricultural inputs include fertilizers, fungicides, pesticides, and herbicides, as well as seeds, irrigation water, and ...

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