Paper pot transplanters in organic production

The recent National Organic Program (NOP) movement on paper pot transplanter systems – more specifically, the materials and adhesives used in the pa... more »

Pollen Nation: Points to ponder when renting bees for organic crops

Back in the day, each farm would keep a few beehives to help ensure proper pollination of their crops. Adequate pollination is critical for maximizing... more »

Cover crops can give hot, dry soils more than just ‘cover’

The Southern High Plains of the United States have low annual rainfall. When it does rain, though, intense storms can cause severe soil erosion. Stro... more »

Clif Bar invests $500K in new UC organic research institute

The University of California will establish its first-ever institute for organic research and education with a $1 million endowment. The California... more »

International organic farming innovation contest seeks entrants

International organics group IFOAM is holding a contest for innovations in organic farming. IFOAM – Organics International is holding a contest ... more »

Education session topics set for Organic Grower Summit

The expanding use of technology by organic growers, regardless of the size of their operation, will be the topic of an educational session at the upco... more »

Fifth annual Organic Twilight Tour set for July 14

Organic and sustainable agriculture experts from the University of Georgia will host their fifth annual Organic Twilight Tour on Thursday, July 14 fr... more »

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