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Home  >  Horticultural Crops  >   Herbs: Organic Greenhouse Production (Summary)

Herbs: Organic Greenhouse Production



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By Katherine L. Adam

Published: 2005

Updated: 2005

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Introduction

This publication looks at marketing channels for and assesses the economics of small-scale organic production of fresh-cut herbs. Certified organic production differs from conventional methods chiefly in fertility management and pest control. Propagation methods differ for annuals and perennials.

Table of Contents

Propagation Material
Marketing and Economics
Production
Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
References
Further Resources

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