March/April 2022

Assess summer cover crop benefits before organic vegetable in the fall

Weed control and building soil nutrients are major challenges for organic growers, but a new study at Iowa State University (ISU) found the right choice of a summer...

Greenhouses, worker focus help Wholesum grow vegetables

This year marks a milestone year for Wholesum Family Farms. The third-generation, family-operated grower of greenhouse tomatoes and other vegetables marks 30 years of shipping organically certified produce....

Matching soil nutrients to crop demand

We can say that growing organic requires more nuance than chemical methods. Nowhere is this more true than in assuring the presence and availability of nutrients to our...

MOSES Organic Farming Conference highlights pear production

At the MOSES Organic Farming Conference in LaCrosse, Wisconsin, pear varieties, cut flower seeds, compost and the state’s signature cheese were highlighted. For an extended pear season, plant...

NuuMe Organics shares methods used to support biodiversity, soil health

Cannabidiol (CBD) hemp production is very limited on the inputs that can be used to produce a healthy crop, leading growers to use natural methods. Some growers, however,...

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