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Actualización de Cultivos

Utilice este forma para enumere los cultivos que actualmente tiene sembrados (o planea sembrar) en sus parcelas certificadas

Crop Update

Certification Tips for Growers and Handlers

Helpful tips for growers and handlers starting out in organic certification.

En Español

Consejos de Certificación

Consejos para productores y procesadores novatos en certificación orgánica.

Certification Tips for Growers and Handlers

Crop Update

Use this form to provide all crops currently growing (or planned to be grown) on your certified organic parcel(s).

En Español

W1.0 Activities Checklist for Wild Crops

This helpful checklist directs you to only the forms applicable to your business activities.

En Español

W1.0 Lista de Control para Cultivos Silvestres

Esta lista de control le dirija a los formatos que pertenecen a las actividades de su empresa.

W2.0 Cultivos Silvestres

Describa sus prácticas de recolección de cultivos silvestres.

W2.0 Wild Crops

Tell us about your wild crop harvesting practices.

En Español

Can I use treated lumber for my replacement fence posts or to repair my barn?

No, you cannot use lumber treated with arsenate or other prohibited materials for new installations or replacement purposes in contact with soil or livestock. You may use treated lumber on parts of your property that are not included in your certification, or in areas where the lumber will not contact soil or livestock.

Do my transplants have to be organic?

Yes, transplants must be from certified organic sources. Growers must maintain certificates and invoices showing all annual transplants are certified organic.

There are two situations in which transplants may come from nonorganic sources:


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