Production Guide for Organic Carrots for Processing

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This guide for organic production of carrots provides an outline of cultural and pest management practices and includes topics that have an impact on improving plant health and reducing pest problems. It is divided into sections, but the int errelated quality of organic cropping systems makes each section relevant to the others.
The guide attempts to compile the most current information available, but acknowledges that effective means of control are not available for some pests. More research on growing crops organically is needed, especially in the area of pest management. Future revisions will incorporate new information, providing organic growers with a complete set of useful practices to help them achieve success.
This guide uses the term Integrated Pest Management (IPM), which like organic production, emphasizes cultural, biological, and mechanical practices to minimize pest outbreaks. With limited pest control products available for use in many organic production systems, an integrated approach to pest management is essential. IPM techniques such as identifying and assessing pest populations, keeping accurate pest history records, selecting the proper site, and preventing pest outbreaks through use of crop rotati on, resistant varieties and biological controls are important to producing a high quality crop.

Autores: 
Abby Seaman
Autores: 
George Abawi
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Ann Cobb
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Helene R. Dillard
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Vern Grubinger
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Beth Gugino
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Robert Hadad
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Julie Kikkert
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Michael Helms
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Margaret T. McGrath
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Charles L. Mohler
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Brian Nault
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Anu Rangarajan
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Thomas A. Zitter
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Marion Zuefle
Editora: 
Cornell University Cooperative Extension
Año: 
2012