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Organic Vegetable Production in California

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Organic Vegetable Production in California
Bagrada Bug: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Bragrada bug, a stink bug native to Africa, is now found in Southern California where it attacks vegetables and mustards as well as sweet alyssum and other ornamentals. It is especially hard on mustard seedlings. Learn to recognize and manage this pest.

Publication Number:: 74166
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Flower Flies (Syrphidae) and Other Biological Control Agents for Aphids . . .
Flower flies (sometimes known as syrphids or hoverflies) are effective predators against aphids in California vegetable fields. Learn to recognize these aphid eaters and encourage them to help with your pest management. Many color photographs.

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Genetic Engineering and Organic Production Systems
A brief exploration of how two very different farming cultures can coexist.

Publication Number:: 8188
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Insect Management for Organic Crops
Before planting a crop, an organic vegetable grower needs to understand the pests and beneficial organisms that usually occur in that crop and anticipate the pest problems that are likely to occur.

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Making Sense of Rules Governing Chlorine Contact in . . . Organic Produce
Basic explanation of potentially confusing rules on chlorine exposure for organically grown produce.

Publication Number:: 8198
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Organic Certification, Farm Production Planning, and Marketing
Certification and registration, though separate processes, are similar with respect to organic standards and requirements. Both are intended to ensure differentiation and integrity of organic production, handling, and processing.

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Plant Disease Management for Organic Crops
Plant diseases create challenging problems in commercial agriculture and pose real economic threats to both conventional and organic farming systems. In an organic system, disease-control strategies should have an ecological basis.

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Postharvest Handling for Organic Crops
An overview of general postharvest handling considerations unique to the marketing of registered or certified organic produce, with a brief introduction to currently permitted and restricted postharvest treatments.

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Soil Fertility Management for Organic Crops
Organic soil fertility management is guided by the philosophy of “feed the soil to feed the plant.” This basic precept is implemented through a series of practices designed to increase soil organic matter, biological activity, and nutrient availability.

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Soil Management and Soil Quality for Organic Crops
Sustaining and improving soil quality over the long term are frequently identified by organic farmers as their primary management goals.

Publication Number:: 7248
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Weed Management for Organic Crops
Weed management in organic vegetable production systems must involve the use of many techniques and strategies, all with the goal of achieving economically acceptable weed control and crop yields.

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