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Cork organic farmer on slow farming and a strong market
by Caroline Allen
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10 September 2017
On 10 September 2017 AgriLand (Ireland) reported:
A County Cork organic farmer whose apple juice is enjoying the taste of success, has been awarded funding from the Heritage Council's Traditional Farm Buildings Scheme for conservation work on a walled 4ac orchard. The 145ac farm converted to organic in 2002. 'We farm using traditional methods, but can also achieve intensive production, especially in the 4ac vegetable plot. Using green manures and animal manure, we have highly fertile and workable soil and can intensively space crops and still get great results with little pest or disease problem,' said award-winning farmer, Patrick Frankel.
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