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This publication addresses practical questions on organic tomato production. It focuses on the specific production challenges, including site selection (soil and climate), variety selection, sources of organic seeds and organic annual transplants, organic grafting, planting and training/staking arrangements, soil fertility and fertilization, crop rotation, and pest (insect, disease, and weed) management. Harvest and yield/productivity are closely related to marketing possibilities. While market conditions are extremely region-specific, this publication also addresses a few general principles on marketing and economics of organic tomatoes.
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Table of Contents
Soils and Organic Fertility
Managing Insects, Pests, and Diseases
Harvesting and Handling
Marketing and Economics
Appendix 2: Insects that Attack Tomatoes and Their Controls
Appendix 3: Diseases and Disorders
Appendix 4: Nutrient Recommendations
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