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- Organics can't wait. // Vegetarian Times;Sep93, Issue 193, p14
Reports on farmers' formation of the Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF). Government's failure to issue research grants; Aims; Operation in California, Oregon and Washington; Nationwide projection.
- Money doesn't grow on organic tress. // Vegetarian Times;Dec94, Issue 208, p14
Reports on a survey of certified organic farmers by the Organic Farming Research Foundation. Source of income; Median gross income from farming; Other demographic information.
- Incognito produce. // Vegetarian Times;Oct97, Issue 242, p28
Provides information on sales of organic industry. Report of the Organic Farming Research Foundation based in Santa Cruz, California; Farm maintenance.
- Report rules against increase in organic farming as climate change solution. // Horticulture Week;2/5/2010, p26
The article reports on the study that challenges the belief that organic production in the food and agriculture sector is the solution to combat climate change by the WWF-UK and the Food Climate Research Network in Great Britain.
- ORGANIC FARMING RESEARCH GRANTS. // BioCycle;Jun2002, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p10
Reports on the grants awarded by the Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF) to applicants in its spring 2002 funding cycle. Funds provided for weed and pest management research in organic farming; Strategy of the foundation to foster the improvement and widespread adoption of organic...
- Sharing research a real cash saver. // Farmers Weekly;5/10/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 19, p5
Discusses the benefits of combining organic and conventional farming scientific research.
- Advances In Organic Farming Research. Sooby, Jane // In Business;Jan/Feb2004, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p16
In an historic development for organic farming research, the first full symposium since 1981 was held at the Agronomy, Soil and Crop Science Societies of America annual meetings during November 4-5, 2003 in Denver, Colorado. The two-day Organic Agriculture Symposium featured four sessions, a...
- Organic farming not always better for biodiversity. MOSES, KARA // Geographical (Geographical Magazine Ltd.);Nov2010, Vol. 82 Issue 11, p11
The article focuses on a study that suggests that conventional farming methods, when couples with areas specifically managed for wildlife, could offer greater protection for biodiversity while maintaining high food production.
- Stanford organic farming study sparks giant squabble. // Farm Industry News Exclusive Insight;9/20/2012, p5
The article discusses a study from Stanford on organic farming which revealed that organic fruits and vegetables were on aerage no more nutritious than traditionally grown crops.