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What are the requirements for organic farming?

Find out about eligibility and requirements for converting your land to these types of organic farming: 1 improved permanent grassland (OR1) 2 unimproved permanent grassland (OR2) 3 rotational land (OR3) 4 horticulture (OR4) 5 top fruit (OR5)

How to grow organically?

Organic farming can include: 1 avoiding artificial fertilisers and pesticides 2 using crop rotation and other forms of husbandry to maintain soil fertility 3 controlling weeds, pesticides and diseases using husbandry techniques and approved materials to control pests and diseases (where necessary) 4 using a limited number of approved products and substances (where necessary) in the processing of organic food

How to get money for organic farming?

You can get financial help for converting to organic farming through any one of the following: 1 the Countryside Stewardship scheme 2 rural grants and payments 3 organic conversion grants 4 organic land management grants

What does it mean when you call a food product organic?

You’re breaking the law if you call a food product ‘organic’ if it has not been inspected and certified by one of the 8 approved organic control bodies ( CBs ). You’ll have to complete application, inspection and certification steps to become certified to produce or process organic products.

How long does grass need to be in the ground for pigs?

12 months for grass for pig and poultry grazing if no banned products have been applied to soil over the previous 12 months. 2 years for land intended for ruminant grazing and annual crops. Contact the CBs to find out what you need to do.

What is the purpose of crop rotation?

using crop rotation and other forms of husbandry to maintain soil fertility. controlling weeds, pesticides and diseases using husbandry techniques and approved materials to control pests and diseases (where necessary) using a limited number of approved products and substances (where necessary) in the processing of organic food.

What is the purpose of controlling weeds, pesticides, and diseases?

controlling weeds, pesticides and diseases using husbandry techniques and approved materials to control pests and diseases (where necessary) using a limited number of approved products and substances (where necessary) in the processing of organic food.

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