Albert Howard

Albert Howard

Sir Albert Howard (8 December 1873 – 20 October 1947) was an English botanist, an organic farming pioneer, and a principal figure in the early organic movement. He is considered by many in the English-speaking world as the father of modern organic agriculture.

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Albert Howard - Bibliography
... Barton, Gregory (2001), "Sir Albert Howard and the Forestry Roots of the Organic Farming Movement", Agricultural History 75 (2) 168–187, doi10.1525/ah.2001.75.2.168, JSTOR 3744748, PMID ... A history of organic farming Transitions from Sir Albert Howard's War in the Soil to USDA National Organic Program", Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems (Cambridge University Press) 21 (03) 143–150, doi10.1079/RAF ... q f=false, retrieved 10 August 2010 ebook ISBN 978-1-84593-289-3 Howard, Louise E (1953), Sir Albert Howard in India, London Faber Faber, http//journeytoforever.org/f ...

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