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View Resource NCAT’s Organic Crops Workbook: A Guide to Sustainable and Allowed Practices

NCAT?s Organic Crops Workbook is designed for use by organic and transitional producers with cropping or mixed crop and livestock operations. Producers having certified or transitional livestock e...
View Resource Aquaponics: Integration of Hydroponics with Aquaculture

Aquaponics is a bio-integrated system that links recirculating aquaculture with hydroponic vegetable, flower, and/or herb production. Recent advances by researchers and growers alike have turned...
View Resource Bamboo: A Multipurpose Agroforestry Crop

The bamboos are gaining increased attention as an alternative crop with multiple uses and benefits. These long-lived, woody-stemmed perennial grasses are usually evergreen in climates to which they...
View Resource Agroforestry Overview

Integrating trees and shrubs with the other enterprises on a farm can create additional sources of income, spread farm labor throughout the year, and increase the productivity of the other...
View Resource Solar Greenhouse Resources

This resource list discusses basic principles of solar greenhouse design, as well as different construction material options. Books, articles and Web sites, and computer software relevant to solar...
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