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Home  >  Horticultural Crops  >   Specialty Lettuce & Greens: Organic Production (Summary)

Specialty Lettuce & Greens: Organic Production


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By George Kuepper, Janet Bachmann, and Raeven Thomas

Published: January 2002

Updated: January 2002



13 pages

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Please note: This ATTRA publication has been archived or discontinued.
Therefore, the information contained in it may not be up to date.


The specialty lettuce market has grown and prices have risen, as consumer interest has increased. This publication looks at mesclun mix lettuce types, diseases, insect and weed pests, propagation, crop scheduling, harvesting and post-harvest handling.

Table of Contents

Organic Production
Specialty Mixes
Soil Preparation
Crop Scheduling
Pest Management: Insects
Pest Management: Diseases
Pest Management: Weeds
Nitrate Accumulation
Post-harvest Handling
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