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Organic Small Grain Production



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By Preston Sullivan

Published: 2003

Updated: 2003

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5 pages


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Introduction

Growing small grains organically means using sustainable methods that exclude the use of standard commercial fertilizers, synthetic pesticides, preservatives, and growth regulators. This publication discusses soil fertility, insect and disease management, weed management, and marketing for organic production of small grains.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Soil Fertility
Insect and Disease Management
Weed Management
Marketing
References
Enclosures

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