Organizing Organic

Wayland, Bridget
August 1999
Harrowsmith Country Life (11908416);Aug99, Vol. 23 Issue 147, p16
Discusses the usage of the word `organic' which was labelled to vegetables and plants. Proposed definition on the word by the United States Department of Agriculture; Sample of regional certification boards in Canada; Costs of a certification.


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