Monday, May 24


 
  Presidential nominee’s background in organic ag remembered

President Joe Biden recently announced his intent to nominate Jennifer Moffitt to serve as Under Secretary for Marketing and Regulatory Programs, Department of Agriculture.



 
 
  Edible Garden’s organic greens to hit 250+ Meijer stores

Edible Garden, a national brand of sustainably grown, Non-GMO greens and herbs, has launched a new sustainable cut-lettuce program at all 250+ Meijer superstores.



 
 
 
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Wetter late than never

A wetting agent can be an invaluable tool within organic agriculture, as agronomist Francisco Rivera from OMEX® Agrifluids USA explains. Wetting agents are commonly seen in conventional agriculture, where growers often use them to make crop protection products work harder, reducing the amounts they need to apply. But with the growing availability of natural, nonsynthetic wetters, their benefits are increasingly opening up to organic growers, too.

 

 
 
 
 
  Registration open for September’s Organic Produce Summit

Retailer and general registration for Organic Produce Summit 2021 is now open for the live and in-person event being held Sept. 15-16 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Monterey, California.



 
 
  FFAR, OFRF renew partnership funding soil health research

The Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF) and the Foundation for Food & Agriculture Research (FFAR) are thrilled to announce the continuation of their partnership to fund on-farm research advancing the climate benefits of organic agriculture systems.



 
 
 
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Drammatic® Liquid Fish Fertilizers

Drammatic® Liquid Fish Fertilizers are derived from fresh fish scraps from the Great Lakes. Drammatic® Liquid Fish hydrolysates contain the natural oils, amino acids, and minerals found in fish and are OMRI, WSDA, & CDFA listed for organic crop production.

 

 
 
 
 
  MOSES heads back to farms for summer, fall field days

After a year of virtual events, the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service, also known as MOSES, is heading back out to farms to showcase organic farming practices.



 
 
  7 ways the National Organic Program enforced its standards in 2020

Certified-organic farming is hard work, and it can be competitive.



 
 
 
   
 
 
 

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