The Guidelines are made by agriculture advisors and researchers from all countries around the Baltic Sea. It is made in four volumes:
During the project time part 1, 2 and 4 were translated to German, part 1 to Estonian, part 1 and 4 to Danish and part 1 to Lithuanian. Part 1 was in a project financed by Swedish Institute translated to Russian (printed copies are available at Grodno State Agrarian University). The complete set was later translated to Swedish with support from county of Stockholm and to Norwegian by fylkesmannen in Oslo Akershus.
To complement the farming guidelines a set of software tools were produced. These are available through ZALF (see Software for organic agriculture).
Material in Norwegian can be downloaded here shortly.
Material in Lithuanian can be downloaded here shortly.
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