Weed Control

Certis USA hires Karla Medina-Ortega as regional field development manager

Certis USA, a biopesticides company, has hired Karla Medina-Ortega as field development manager. In this role, she will oversee Certis USA product dev... more »

Multistate research team explores livestock grazing in organic crops

Livestock grazing could be beneficial for organic farming systems. To see if the practice poses any food safety risks, university, government and nonp... more »

Finger weeders provide an affordable option for in-row weeds

With the expansion of organic farming, and shortage of people willing and able to hand-weed, mechanical cultivation tools are becoming increasingly im... more »

Robotic, mechanical weeder on horizon for no-herbicide farms

A chemical-free option for weed control is in the sprawling fields of California’s elite organic vegetable growers. FarmWise, a San Francisco-bas... more »

Attune’s Ampersand, an OMRI-listed adjuvant, now available in California

An OMRI-listed adjuvant, Ampersand, is now available for sale and use in California. [caption id="attachment_1337" align="alignright" width="225"] ... more »

Survey to track US cover crop practices

How are you using cover crops? Researchers want to know. The University of Idaho, Oregon State University and Boise State University are conducting... more »

Soil health practices show economic and ecological benefits

A group of California organic farmers is sharing information about their efforts to combine reduced tillage with the use of cover crops, which they ha... more »

Preparation key for crop establishment

Preventing problems before they start is key to success in planning for plant health in organic agriculture. Growers should anticipate possible pla... more »

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