Organic Vegetable & Fruit Production, Insect & Disease Control

North Carolina Extension Gardener Handbook: Organic Gardening

  Table of Contents: Objectives Introduction History Principles of Organic Gardening Soil Management and Fertility Organic and Inorganic (Mineral) Soil Amendments Fertility Management Weeds as Indicators of Soil Condition Cover Crops and Green Manures Pest Management Weed Management...
Aimee Colf
Lucy Bradley
Frank Louws
David Orr
North Carolina Cooperative Extension

Antagonistas a Phytophthora Capsici Inoculados en Sustratos de Germiniación de Capsicum annum leonian Y Mucuna deeringiana bort.

  Existen microorganismos benéficos a las plantas que se emplean de manera específica y aislada para favorecer la germinación y crecimiento. El beneficio es mayor si, en lugar de inocular un microorganismo específico al sustrato, se inoculan grupos de éstos...
Juliana Bautista-Calles
Manuel Huerta-Lara
Roberto García-Espinoza
Avances en Investigación Agropecuaria

Effects of Five Years Adoption of No-Tillage Systems for Vegetables Crops in Soil Organic Matter Contents

  Vegetables productions systems are done normally with intense soil tillage causing a strong decline of soil quality. Use of conservation systems can be an alternative to recover this quality. In order to evaluate the effects of such systems on soil organic matter, an...
Carlos E. P. Lima
ítalo M. R. Guedes
Juscimar da Silva
Flávia A. Alcântara
Nuno R. Madeira
Agnaldo D. F. Carvalho
Mariana R. Fontenelle
Agricultural Sciences

Precision Farming in Hilly Areas: The Use of Network RTK in GNSS Technology

  he number of GNSS satellites has greatly increased over the last few decades, which has led to increased interest in developing self-propelled vehicles. Even agricultural vehicles have a great potential for use of these systems. In fact, it is possible to improve the efficiency of machining...
Alvaro Marucci
Andrea Colantoni
Ilaria Zambon
Gianluca Egidi

The Impacts of Biofertilizer and Mineral Fertilization on the Growth and Production of Yellow Passion Fruit Irrigated with Moderately Saline Water

  Yellow passion fruit, because it is sensitive to the salinity of irrigation water or soil, requires restrictive water management strategies and inputs that mitigate the effects of salts on plants irrigated with harmful saline water levels. As such, an experiment was designed to evaluate the...
José A. M. do Nascimento
Lourival F. Cavalcante
Ítalo H. L. Cavalcante
Walter E. Pereira
Stênio A. G. Dantas
Sherly A. da S. Medeiros
Ciencia e Investagación Agraria

Organic Gardening

  Contents:  Objectives Introduction History Principles of Organic Gardening Soil Management and Fertility Pest Management (Weeds, Insects, and Diseases) Record Keeping Summary Case Study—Think IPM: Lettuce Seedlings Frequently Asked Questions Further Reading Chapter Text...
Aimee Colf
Lucy Bradley
Frank Louws
David Orr
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service

EPF: Evaluación y Planeación para el Fortalecimiento de los Sistemas Nacionales de Control de la Producción Orgánica

  Esta herramienta permitirá a los actores de los movimientos de agricultura orgánica de los países diagnosticar el estado de sus sistemas nacionales de control de la producción orgánica (SNC) y elaborar, de manera participativay con el apoyo del IICA, planes...

Effect of Bokashi and Vermicompost Leachate on Yield and Quality of Pepper (Capsicum annuum) and Onion (Allium cepa) Under Monoculture and Intercropping Cultures

  Organic fertilization and crop association are two agroecological management practices that have the potential to optimize land use in horticultural production. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of Bokashi and Bokashi amended with Vermicompost Leachate (VL) on the growth...
José D. Álvarez-Solís
José A. Mendoza-Núñez
Noe S. León-Martínez
Jorge Castellanos-Albores
Federico A. Gutiérrez-Miceli
Ciencia e Investigación Agraria

EPF: Evaluation and Planning to Strengthen National Control Systems for Organic Production

  Markets for organic products are increasingly demanding and diverse. Long distances and limited contact between producers and consumers - even on a national level - have made it imperative that national mechanisms for organic production control be implemented to guarantee consumers that...

Becoming A Certified Organic Grower

  The Mississippi organic certification policy was approved on May 21, 2004, by the USDA National Organics Program. This policy was developed to benefit organic growers. It helps ensure the quality and value of organically grown products. Although the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and...
Mississippi State University Extension
Mississippi State University Extension