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Home  >  What Is Sustainable Agriculture?  >   Organic Crop Production Overview (Summary)

Organic Crop Production Overview



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By George Kuepper and Lance Gegner

Published: 2004

Updated: 2004

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Introduction

This publication provides an overview of the key concepts and practices of certified organic crop production. It also presents perspectives on many of the notions, myths, and issues that have become associated with organic agriculture over time. A guide to useful ATTRA resources and to several non-ATTRA publications is provided.

Table of Contents

What is Organic Agriculture?
The Origins of Organic Agriculture in the United States
Notions of Organic
Organic Certification
Organic Principles
Tools and Practices
Summing Up

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