Items affiliated to " Ireland"
Number of items at this level: 21.
Anderson, Fergal (2014) Reclaiming the Right to live from the Land: Developing local food sovereignty alliances to normalise peasant agriculture in the 21st century. Paper at: IFOAM Organic World Congress 2014, Istanbul, Turkey, 13-15 October 2014. [Completed]
Barry, Pat and Swan , Brendan (2008) Managing the conversion process successfully. In: Teagasc (Ed.) Teagasc Organic Production Research Conference Proceedings, Teagasc, Oakpark, Ireland, pp. 21-25.
Casey, J. W. and Holden, N.M. (2006) Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Conventional, Agri-Environmental Scheme, and Organic Irish Suckler-Beef Units. Journal of Environmental Quality, 35 (1), pp. 231-239.
Clavin, Dan (2009) Financial Planning for a Farmer Undergoing Organic Conversion. In: Teagasc (Ed.) Teagasc Organic Conference - Opportunities for Organic Producers Proceedings.
Teagasc, (Ed.) (2008) Teagasc Organic Production Research Conference Proceedings 2008. Teagasc, Oakpark, pp. 1-121. Proceedings of Teagasc Organic Production Research Conference, Tullamore Court Hotel, Tullamore, Co. Offaly, Ireland, 2 December 2008.
Diskin, Michel G. and Kelly, Frank (2008) Reproductive Management of Dairy Cows with Particular Reference to Organic Systems. In: Teagasc Organic Production Research Conference Proceedings, Teagasc, Oakpark, pp. 26-41.
Humphreys, James (2008) The role of clover in organic milk production. In: Teagasc (Ed.) Teagasc Organic Production Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 42-49.
Laepple, Doris (2008) Farmer attitudes towards converting to organic farming. In: Teagasc Organic Proaduction Research Conference Proceedings, Teagasc, Ireland, pp. 114-121.
Läpple, D. and Kelley, H. (2013) Understanding the uptake of organic farming: accounting for heterogeneities among Irish farmers. Ecological Economics, Vol. 88: 11-19. , 88, pp. 11-19.
Läpple, D. and Van Rensburg, T. (2011) Adoption of organic farming: Are there differences between early and late adoption? Ecological Economics, 70 (7), pp. 1406-1414.
Läpple, D. (2012) Comparing attitudes and characteristics of organic, former organic and conventional farmers: Evidence from Ireland. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, - (-), pp. 1-9.
Läpple, D. and Cullinan, J. (2012) The development and geographic distribution of organic farming in Ireland. Irish Geography, Vol. 4 (1), pp. 67-85.
Läpple, Doris (2010) Adoption and Abandonment of Organic Farming: An Emperical Investigation of the Irish Drystock Sector. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 61 (3), pp. 697-714.
McDonnell, James (2009) Profitability of Organic Farming Systems. In: Teagasc Organic Conference - Opportunities for Organic Producers Proc.
O'Kiely, P. and Black, A.D. (2008) Red clover for silage: management impacts on ensilability indices in the second season after sowing. In: Proceedings of the Agricultural Research Forum, p. 110.
O'Kiely, P. and Black, A.D. (2007) Red clover for silage: management impacts on protein content in the season after sowing. In: Proceedings of the Agricultural Research Forum 2008, Teagasc, Tullamore, p. 111.
O'Kiely, P.; O'Riordan, E.G. and Black, A.D. (2006) Red clover for silage: management impacts on yield during the third year after sowing. In: Teagasc (Ed.) Proceedings of the Agricultural Research Forum, Teagasc, Tullamore, p. 75.
Obrist, Robert; Klaiss, Matthias; Edler, Veronika; Beeckman, Annelies; Tuominen, Pirkko; Bertelsen, Inger; Clavin, Dan; Leavy, Elaine; Sobry, Luk; Govaerts, Wim and Andresen, Niels (2015) Feed more on-farm protein. A European strategy in organic agriculture to improve on-farm protein management. FiBL, Switzerland; inagro, Belgium; Jordbruks verket, Sweden; Pro agria, Finland; teagasc, Ireland; SEGES, Denmark; Bio Austria, Austria. [Completed]
Peters, Michael (2013) Farmers Markets - Social and Economic Benefits. .
Power, Eileen F. and Stout, Jane C. (2011) Organic dairy farming: impacts on insect–flower interaction networks and pollination. Journal of Applied Ecology, 48 (3), pp. 561-569.
Weldon, B.A. and O'Kiely, P. (2011) Red clover: a promising pasture legume for Ireland. In: Summary of Papers Presented at the Agricultural Research Forum, Teagasc, Tullamore.
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