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THE EVOLUTION OF CULTIVATED AREAS AND THE PRODUCTIONS OBTAINED AT FOUR AGRICULTURAL CROPS CULTIVATED IN A CONVENTIONAL AND ECOLOGICAL SYSTEM IN THE PERIOD 2016-2020 IN CĂLĂRAȘI COUNTY

Published in AgroLife Scientific Journal, Volume 11, Number 2
Written by Cătălin Viorel OLTENACU, Mariana BURCEA, Nicoleta OLTENACU, Floricel Maricel DIMA

Organic farming is becoming more and more important and is constantly expanding. This development is supported by the growing demand of consumers for organic agricultural products, who are becoming more aware and interested in health insurance through the consumption of products, to which are added the requirements of society for sustainable agricultural development and the multitude of favorable effects at the level of the farm and the environment. Organic farming is an agricultural method that aims to produce food using natural substances and processes. Therefore, it has a limited impact on the environment because it encourages: responsible use of energy and natural resources, conservation of biodiversity, conservation of regional ecological balances, increasing soil fertility, maintaining water quality.EU regulations on organic farming aim to provide a clear structure for the production of organic products throughout the EU. Călărași County has, according to specialists in the field, the most productive land in Bărăgan. The purpose of this paper was to present the situation of organic agriculture in relation to conventional agriculture in Calarasi County, in terms of cultivated areas and average production, as well as a brief analysis of data on access to European funds in the county.

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