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Organic Farming

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This category contains information on the technical aspects of Organic Farming, including chemical-free pest control, composting, soil treatments, research projects, and marketing groups.

Listings for organic farms or farms selling organic food are found elsewhere.
  • Acres USA

    Publishes articles covering various areas of organic and sustainable agriculture.

  • BioGro

    Certification logo for organic products in New Zealand. With answers to frequently asked questions on organic products and production.

  • FAO: Organic Agriculture

    Contains objectives, mandates, reports, and links to additional information.

  • Greentrade

    Site serves as an organic industry portal, a marketplace reference for the organic industry. Facilitates information exchange among producers, manufacturers, and distribution networks.

  • IFOAM: Growing Organic -

    Resources for development and growth of organic agriculture. Explains benefits, policy support, advocacy, and research.

  • Mech Linx

    Introduces the dynamizer and other equipment for biodynamic agriculture.

  • Organic Eprints

    Contains full-text papers together with bibliographic information, abstracts and other metadata on organic agriculture.

  • Organic Europe

    Compilation of country reports, statistics, and database pertaining to organic farming.

  • Organic Farmers and Growers

    Inspection and licensing body focused on UK's organic farming and food processing units.

  • Organic Farming: Facing Choices at the Crossroads -

    Dr. Charles Benbrook's address concerning the status of the organic farming community.

  • Organic Inputs Evaluation

    Project aims to develop recommendations for standardized procedures for the assessment of plant protection products.


    Access to companies, organizations, facts, news, and related links.

  • Organic-Growers Web Site

    Serves as a forum for individuals, farms and growers interested in organic farming. Also contains growers index, seed sources, list of suppliers, and related resources.

  • Pig Health: Organic Livestock Farming

    Presents resources on organic meat products.

  • USDA: National Organic Program (NOP)

    Responsible for national standards for organic agricultural products. Includes forms, policies, procedures, and regulations.

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