Organic Research Project Websites at eOrganic

eOrganic hosts websites for organic research projects to help bring their findings to a national audience. Click on the project names to view the sites and learn more!
 
Dairy products project

A Systems Approach To Improve Quality and Shelf Life of Organic Dairy Products for Domestic and Export Markets

Biocontrol Tactics for Key Vegetable Insect Pests in the Southeastern U.S.
Breeding Non-commodity Corn for Organic Production Systems
BMSB adult Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in Organic Farming Systems
colored carrots Carrot Improvement for Organic Agriculture
pepper

Collaborative Plant Breeding Network Development for Organic Systems in the Upper Midwest

CREEP Stop: Organic Control of Canada Thistle and Field Bindweed in the Northern Great Plains and Pacific Northwest Regions
Grass-Birdsfoot Trefoil Mixtures to Improve the Sustainability of Pasture-based Organic Dairies in the Western U.S.
Greenhouse Gases on the Organic Dairy
Multi-use Naked Barley for Organic Systems
NOVIC (Northern Organic Vegetable Improvement Collaborative)
Open-Community Resource for Organic Animal Microbiome Education and Research Project (Open-ROAMER)
Organic Agriculture Research Symposium
Organic Confluences Summit
Organic Cucurbit Research: Critical Pest Management Challenges
Organic Management of Field Bindweed Using Various Strategies
Photo credit: Amy Dreves, Oregon State University Organic Management of Spotted Wing Drosophila
Rolling cover crop Organic Reduced Tillage in the Pacific Northwest
Participatory Breeding and Testing Networks: A Maize Based Case Study for Organic Systems
Principles for Transitioning to Organic Farming
Summer squash
Scale-appropriate Strategies: Cover Crop Based No-till Systems for Small Vegetable Farmers
Strengthening Organic Farming in the Southeast
Tomato Organic Management and Improvement Project (TOMI)
Tools for Transition
bread and butter Value-added Grains for Local and Regional Food Systems

Published January 15, 2021

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