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Home  >  Organic Specialty Crop Production In Texas  >   Organic Specialty Crop Production In Texas: A Grower's Handbook (Summary)

Organic Specialty Crop Production In Texas: A Grower's Handbook


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By Robert Maggiani, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist

Published: August 2014

Updated: n/a



11 pages

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Sales of organic produce in Texas retail grocery stores total around $300 million annually. Almost none of this is Texas-grown. This handbook helps specialty crop growers in Texas learn how to get their farmland certified organic and how to better grow organic fruits and vegetables. This handbook also provides a list of produce buyers in Texas who are looking to source Texas-grown, certified organic produce.

Table of Contents

Organic Certification Agencies
Organic Specialty Crop Production
Selling Organic Produce in Texas
Explanation of Calculations
Further Resources

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


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