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Herb Production in Organic Systems


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By Katherine L. Adam

Published: 2005

Updated: 2005



20 pages

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The emphasis of this publication is on research into organic herb production in the U.S. and implications for herb production under the National Organic Program regulations. It addresses harvesting wild herbs, as well as organic production of annual and perennial herbs, and presents current research abstracts.

Table of Contents

Why Grow Organic?
The Beginning Organic Producer
Harvesting Wild Herbs Growing on Your Land
Organic Production of Annual Herb Crops
Organic Production of Perennial Herbs
Research on Organic Herb Production
Research on Forest Botanicals
USDA Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Projects
Selected Abstracts: Organic Herb Production in the U.S.
Selected Abstracts: Organic Herb Marketing
Research Reports: Organic Herb Production

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