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B-6237: Organic Vegetable Production Guide
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The popularity of organically produced foods is increasing and more growers are becoming interested in organic production. This publication explains exactly what organic production is and how to have a successful operation. Key elements are site selection, crop and variety selection, and market development. There is information on how to become certified as an organic grower, as well as on soil and pest management methods. The Appendices includes tables on crop water and nutrient requirements, organic vegetable seeds, and more. (44 pp., 28 tables, 15 color photos) By: Frank J. Dainello, Joseph Masabni
E-522: Soil Testing Following Flooding, Overland Flow of Wastewater and other Freshwater Disasters
E-468: Reducing Atrazine Runoff from Croplands
E-295: Karnal Bunt: A Disease of Wheat
E-59: What Happens to Nitrogen in Soils?
E-465: Phosphorus--Too Much and Plants May Suffer
E-314: How to Construct a Seasonal Index (Risk Management Series)
ESP-366: What Are GAPs? What Does GAPs Approved Mean?
E-461: Sorghum Ergot: New Disease Threat to the Sorghum Industry
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