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Organic Orchard, Vineyard and Berry Crop Documentation Forms

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In order to become certified organic, producers must demonstrate to an accredited certifier that their farm operation complies with National Organic Program regulations. The 17 forms in this package are provided as tools that orchardists and viticulturists can use for documenting practices, inputs, and activities that demonstrate compliance with regulations or that assist in other aspects of farm record keeping.

Authors: 
George Kuepper
Authors: 
Lisa Cone
Publisher: 
ATTRA - National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service
Year: 
2003

Blueberries: Organic Production

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A complete guide for organic blueberry production. This publication covers cultural practices, soils and fertility, and pests and diseases management. In addition there is a brief marketing analysis.

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Authors: 
George L. Kuepper
Authors: 
Steve Diver
Publisher: 
ATTRA - National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service
Year: 
2004

Organic and Low-Spray Peach Production

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Authors: 
Steve Diver
Authors: 
Tracy Mumma
Publisher: 
ATTRA - National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service
Year: 
2003

Aspectos Ecológicos en el Control de Plagas Agrícolas

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En esta publicación se analiza lo que es un ecosistema natural y un ecosistema agrícola. Así mismo se discute las interrelaciones de las plagas con los otros componentes del ecosistema agrícola; los pronósticos de ocurrencias, las fluctuaciones en poblaciones y las técnicas de muestreo.

Authors: 
Fausto H Cisneros
Publisher: 
AgriFoodGateway
Year: 
1995

Las relaciones entre las plagas y las plantas

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En este capítulo se examina las diferentes formas en que las plagas afectan los cultivos. Plagas minadoras, masticadoras, enrolladoras, barrenadoras, picadoras-chupadoras, etc. Cómo los insectos actúan como vectores de enfermedades. Por último se analiza el nivel de infestación y el perjuicio económico.

Authors: 
Fausto H Cisneros
Publisher: 
AgriFoodGateway
Year: 
1995

Generalidades sobre las plagas y sus efectos en la producción agrícola

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Introducción a las plagas agrícolas, tipo de plagas, el efecto sobre los cultivos, métodos para medir pérdidas entre otros temas.
Los cultivos o sementeras son afectadas por plagas, enfermedades y malezas que reducen la vitalidad y capacidad de producción de las plantas.

Authors: 
Fausto H Cisneros
Publisher: 
AgriFoodGateway
Year: 
1995

Currants, Gooseberries and Jostaberries

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A brief summary of agronomic facts including varieties, soil, planting, pruning, pests and harvesting.
Red currants (Ribes sativum), gooseberries (R. grossularia) and jostaberries (R. nidigrolaria) have ornamental as well as fruit value. Their hardiness and adaptability allow them to succeed where most other fruit crops fail. With proper variety selection and care, currants, gooseberries and jostaberries may be grown at elevations up to 10,000 feet.

Authors: 
H. Hughes
Authors: 
J.E. Ells
Authors: 
J. Reich
Publisher: 
Colorado State University Cooperative Extension
Year: 
2009

GAP Record Keeping Sheets: Visitor Log

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Individual farm and packinghouse record-keeping sheets. Each sheet is a customizable Microsoft Word document.

Authors: 
Cornell University, Department of Food Science
Publisher: 
Cornell University

GAP Record Keeping Sheets: Mock Traceback

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Individual farm and packinghouse record-keeping sheets. Each sheet is a customizable Microsoft Word document.

Authors: 
Cornell University, Department of Food Science
Publisher: 
Cornell University

GAP Record Keeping Sheets: Surface Water Testing

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Individual farm and packinghouse record-keeping sheets. Each sheet is a customizable Microsoft Word document.

Authors: 
Cornell University, Department of Food Science
Publisher: 
Cornell University
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