United States of America
Commercial red raspberry production is popular and successful in western Oregon and Washington, and on small acreages throughout the eastern parts of these states and in Idaho. This publication describes the biology of raspberries; cultivar selection; plantation establishment and maintenance; and many raspberry management topics, including marketing.
Chapter 1. Commercial Red Raspberry Production
Chapter 2. The Red Raspberry Plant
Chapter 3. Cultivar Selection
Exporters of natural products from developing countries do not always have easy access to guidance and information on how to meet key market requirements.
Labelling products correctly is an essential requirement to sell natural products in the United States of America consumer market. The type of information that is provided on labels is tightly regulated by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
A Guide for Small-Scale Outdoor Cultivation on Logs
Regularly producing sustainable yields of high-quality cherries is possible only where site and other conditions are near optimal. Properly evaluating a prospective orchard location, determining available resources, and establishing the orchard take careful planning. Because establishing an orchard involves significant expense and long-term commitment, consider all factors before deciding to plant cherries.
American ginseng (Panax quinquefolium L.) is a shade-requiring, herbaceous plant native to the hardwood forests of eastern North America. Its fleshy root and short underground stem are perennial. The leaves and stems die at the end of the growing season and regrow each spring.
Organic greenhouse vegetable production is regularly practiced by certified organic farmers and market gardeners, and has potential for wider adaptation by established greenhouse operators and entry level growers as a niche market or sustainable method of production. This publication focuses on organic methods of greenhouse vegetable production, and it is supplemented with a listing of greenhouse resources.