Monday, April 26


 
  NOSB spring meeting starts

The U.S. National Organic Standards Board began a series of virtual meetings running through April 30, for its spring meeting.



 
 
  Cal-Organic’s ‘new crop’ organic potatoes to ship soon

Starting April 26, Cal-Organic Farms, the nation’s largest producer of organic vegetables, will begin shipping new-crop, or the earliest harvested crop, of red and gold potatoes from its Lamont, California, facility.



 
 
 
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  In-person, live ‘Organic Grower Summit 2021’ planned for December

The Organic Produce Network and Western Growers have formed a strategic partnership reflecting the importance of organic production and announced that WG will be the presenting sponsor of the Organic Grower Summit 2021.



 
 
  Southeast growers try precision irrigation, doing more with less

Organic growers are all about responsible use of natural resources, so tools to do more growing with less water might be a welcome addition.



 
 
 
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Bio-pesticide gives growers a more flexible approach to nematode control

Familiar to ”conventional” U.S. farmers for its often-novel crop nutrition products, OMEX® is becoming more widely known in organic circles for its growing stable of “developed for organic” products, such as the OMRI-certified bio-fertilizer Achieve™ 3-1-3 — a highly effective, plant-derived plant growth enhancer.

 

 
 
 
 
  Conservation embraced at Vermont’s Boardman Hill Farm

Greg Cox is owner and operator of Boardman Hill Farm in West Rutland, Vermont. His diverse farm in west-central Vermont includes ten acres of organically certified fruits, vegetables, and flowers. He also manages a popular Community Supported Agriculture.



 
 
  Rodale’s California Organic Center studies hemp pruning practices

Rodale Institute’s California Organic Center in Camarillo was established in 2020 to serve as a research and education hub for growers in Southern California.



 
 
 
 
 

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