DESIGN OF BIO-ORGANIC FARMS PUBLISHEDAna Mariana DINCU, L. SAMBOTIN, Ramona CIOLAC, R. GHERMAN, Dana SAMBOTIN
Although organic farming is still an industry shortage, its importance in the agricultural sector has grown into a large number of countries with different development levels. In some developed countries, organic agriculture is an important segment of the agro-food (such as 10% in Austria and 7.8% in Switzerland), and in many other countries organic agriculture is growing more than 20% annually (the example in the USA, France, Japan, Singapore). A number of developing countries within small markets organic products (Egypt) and others have begun to explore the export opportunities offered by organic agriculture (eg exports of Mexican coffee and cotton in Uganda). In villages, where peasants from their land when they know the country, agriculture is still poorly integrated market economy. According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), the country's agricultural area is 14.7 million hectares, representing 61.7% of Romania. Each incumbent Romanian 0.42 hectares of arable land, which is almost double the European average. Therefore, Romania is among countries with high agricultural potential. However in many regions, however, people cultivate land just to have something put on the table. In recent years, people have been talking about organic farming, a new trend in plant cultivation and animal husbandry. Organic farming does not make good home with the conventional, but differs fundamentally from the latter. The role of agriculture practiced in organic food production is clean, suitable for human metabolism and in full accord with nature. Many people complain that tomatoes and apples they buy from the market no longer have the taste of old and sometimes does not taste at all. Organic farming comes practically to solve this problem: to give the world food with authentic taste and quality. Pesticides are totally banned and genetically modified organisms are boycotted from the start. Bio-organic agriculture does not exclude, but requires the use of advanced equipment and technology, modern. To obtain bio-organic agricultural products, equipment and technologies must be more sophisticated, more developed and more adapted to the requirements of environmental protection and that of obtaining healthy products. A bio-organic farm will have a better chance to become sustainable if it will become multifunctional. In addition work will be to develop production and the processing and marketing is not. But equally important is it to develop and agro-tourism, so as to obtain additional income.
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