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Namibian Organic Production Manual
For Livestock, Horticulture and Crops

Organic Agriculture is an acknowledged sustainable method using natural resources, and therefore the development of the Namibian Organic Production Manuals was commissioned and financed by the GIZ Support to Land Reform Programme, on behalf of the Federal Republic of Germany and in close cooperation with the Namibian Organic Association (NOA).

NOA thanks german cooperation (Deutsche Zusammenarbeit) and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH for their invaluable support in producing this publication.

Foreword and index

Chapter 1
Organic agriculture: origins, principles and definition

Chapter 2
Soil fertility in organic agriculture

Chapter 3
Pest and disease control

Chapter 4
Weed and vegetation management

Chapter 5
Organic seed and plant production

Chapter 6
Organic certification
Chapter being revised

Chapter 7
Organic livestock production principles

Chapter 8
Organic and FANmeat cerification

Chapter 9
Animal welfare

Chapter 10
Animal nutrition and veterinary care

Chapter 11
Namibian specific production considerations

Chapter 12
Frequently asked questions

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