Quote from hazelnut farmer Hamza Furtun from Turkey talking about the importance of training
Guidance document UTZ – Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
This guidance document explains how to implement the UTZ requirements on Integrated Pest Management (IPM).
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Our Theory of Change (2017) shows how we work towards our vision, within supply chains and at a sector level. The outputs reflect the processes, goods and services that result from UTZ interventions. The outcomes represent the desired changes in practices, knowledge, policies, etc. among five groups of people and institutions: farmers & farm workers, farmer groups, supply chain actors, sector level and consumers.
Integrated pest Management (IPM): pheromone traps to control coffee berry borer, one of the most serious pests affecting coffee crops around the world. This is an example of biological techniques to reduce pests and diseases as an alternative to using chemical pesticides.
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Quote from UTZ certified coffee farmer Sergio Fuentes Ramirez from Peru talking about the impact of training.
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UTZ Better farming, better future wheel in English
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UTZ Better farming, better future wheel in Italian
This guidance document explains how to implement the UTZ requirements on productivity.