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Home  >  Horticultural Crops  >   Organic Greenhouse Vegetable Production (Summary)

Organic Greenhouse Vegetable Production


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By Steve Diver

Published 2000

Updated 2000

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Introduction

Organic greenhouse vegetable production is regularly practiced by certified organic farmers and market gardeners, and has potential for wider adaptation by established greenhouse operators and entry level growers as a niche market or sustainable method of production. This publication focuses on organic methods of greenhouse vegetable production, and it is supplemented with a listing of greenhouse resources.

Table of Contents

Introduction
The Greenhouse Vegetable Industry
How Can Small Growers Compete?
Organic Greenhouse Production
Soil vs. Soilless Culture
Soil Culture
Soilless Culture
Hydroponics
Variety Selection
Economics of Greenhouse Vegetable Production
Developments in the Greenhouse Industry in the Last Decade
Summary
References
Seed Sources
Organic Fertilizer Suppliers
Resources

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