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Home  >  Horticultural Crops  >   An Illustrated Guide to Growing Safe Produce on Your Farm (Summary)

An Illustrated Guide to Growing Safe Produce on Your Farm



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By Pamela Wolfe and Rex Dufour

Published: 2010

Updated: 2010

© NCAT

IP382

20 pages


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Introduction

Farmers play an important role in preventing food-borne illnesses through the use of good agricultural and management practices. This publication discusses ways farmers can reduce produce contamination risk, which creates a safer food system and increases consumer confidence in their own products and farm at the same time.

Table of Contents

The Importance of Food Safety
Pathogens: The Bad Bacteria that Cause Disease
Proper Handwashing Technique
Biodiversity and Food Safety on the Farm
Resources
Food Safety and Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs)
Ready for an Audit?
Specific NOP Regulations for Composted Manures
Soil and Compost Resources
Water and Irrigation Resources
Analytical and Testing Services
Other Useful Resources
Sample Record Keeping Form for Compost/Manure Application and for Compost Production

Note: Digital downloads are in full color. Printed, mailed copies are only available in black & white.

 

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