eOrganic Webinar and Broadcast Recordings by Topic

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Find all archived eOrganic webinars and conference broadcast recordings on organic farming and research organized by topic on this page. For a chronological listing of webinars and for upcoming webinars, go to http://www.extension.org/pages/25242

Certification

ABCs of Organic Certification, Jim Riddle, UMN

Developing an Organic System Plan for Row Crops, Beth Rota

Flooding and Organic Certification, Jim Riddle, UMN

GMO Contamination: What's an Organic Farmer to Do?, Jim Riddle, UMN

How can Organic, non-GMO and GMO Crops Coexist? Live Broadcast, Lynn Clarkson, Clarkson Grain. Broadcast live from the 2013 Illinois Specialty Crops, Agritourism and Organic Conference

National Organic Program Update, Miles McEvoy, NOP

Organic Certification of Research Sites and Facilities, Jim Riddle, UMN

Third Party Audits for Small and Medium Sized Meat Processors, Jim Riddle, Joe McCommons, and the Quality Control Manager of Lorentz Meats

Climate Change

2 Part Webinar Series on Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Soil Quality in Long-term Integrated and Transitional Reduced Tillage Organic Systems, Ann-Marie Fortuna, NDSU, Craig Cogger and Doug Collins, WSU Puyallup

Effects of Climate Change on Insect Communities in Organic Farming Systems, David Crowder, WSU

Extreme Weather: Challenges and Opportunities for Organic Farming Systems in the Midwest Region. Joel Gruver, Western Illinois University

Greenhouse Gases and Agriculture: Where does Organic Farming fit?, David Granatstein, Lynne Carpenter-Boggs, Washington State University, Dave Huggins, WSU

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Associated with Dairy Farming Systems, Tom Richard, Gustavo Camargo, Penn State

Impact of Grain Farming Methods on Climate Change, Michel Cavigelli, USDA-ARS

New Times: New Tools: Cultivating Resilience on Your Organic Farm, Laura Lengnick, Cultivating Resilience LLC

Organic Agriculture - Global Contributions to Environment and Food Security. Nadia Scialabba, Senior Officer, Sustainable Development, FAO-UN, Broadcast from USDA Organic Systems Conference

Performance of Organic Treatments in Long-Term Systems Trials: Organic Benefits and Challenges in the Face of Climate Change, Erin Silva, University of Wisconsin

Shades of Green Dairy Farm Calculator, Charles Benbrook, The Organic Center

Conferences

2nd International Organic Fruit Symposium Broadcasts 2012

Dryland Organic Agriculture Symposium from the Washington Tilth Conference 2011

Fly Management on Your Organic Dairy Broadcast 2013

International Quinoa Research Symposium Broadcasts 2013

Organic Agriculture Research Symposium 2015 Recordings and Proceedings

Organic Agriculture Research Symposium 2016 Live Broadcast of Selected Presentations

Organicology 2015: Selected Live Broadcasts, Crop Rotation and Soil Health Workshops

Organic Seed Grower's Conference 2012, Port Townsend Washington: Selected Live Broadcasts

Organic Seed Growers Conference 2014: Selected Live Broadcasts

Conservation

Biodiversity and Organic Agriculture, Jim Brandle, University of Nebraska. From Organic Farming Systems Research at the University of Nebraska Webinar.

Getting EQIPed: USDA Conservation Programs for Organic and Transistioning Farmers, Jim Riddle, UMN

Increasing Plant and Soil Biodiversity on Organic Farmscapes, Louis Jackson, UC Davis

NRCS Conservation Practices, Organic Management and Soil Health, Susan Andrews, Carmen Ugarte, Michelle Wander

NRCS EQIP Technical and Financial Support for Conservation on Organic Farms Webinar, Sarah Brown, Oregon Tilth

Using NRCS Conservation Practices and Programs to Transition to Organic, David Lamm, NRCS

Cover Crops

Assessing Nitrogen Contribution and Rhizobia Diversity Associated with Winter Legume Cover Crops in Organic Systems, Julie Grossman, NCSU

Breeding Efforts and Cover Crop Choices for Improved Organic Dry Bean Production Systems in Michigan, Jim Heilig, Michigan State University

Cover Crops for Disease Suppression, Alex Stone, Oregon State

Cover Crop Selection, Jude Maul, USDA ARS

Increasing Soil Fertility and Health Through Cover Crops, Julie Grossman, NCSU

Linking Cover Crops, Plant Pathogens, and Disease Control in Organic Tomatoes, Brian McSpadden-Gardener

Estimating Plant-Available Nitrogen Contribution from Cover Crops, Nick Andrews, Dan Sullivan, Oregon State

The Evolution, Status, and Future of Organic No-Till in the Northeast US, William Curran, Penn State; Steven Mirsky, USDA; Bill Mason, Mason's Heritage Farms

Planning for Flexibility in Effective Crop Rotations, Chuck Mohler, Cornell

Optimizing the Benefits of Hairy Vetch in Organic Production, John Teasdale, USDA-ARS

Organicology 2015: Selected Live Broadcasts, Crop Rotation and Soil Health Workshops

The Role of Cover Crops in Organic Transition Strategies, Brian McSpadden-Gardener, Ohio State

Rotational No-till and Mulching Systems for Organic Vegetable Farms, Jan-Hendrik Cropp, Under_Cover Consulting

Using Cover Crop Mixtures to Achieve Multiple Goals on the Farm, Charlie White, Mitch Hunter, Jermaine Hinds, Jim LaChance, Penn State University

Using Cover Crops to Suppress Weeds in Northeast US Farming systems, William Curran, Penn State Matthew Ryan, Cornell

Using Winter Killed Cover Crops to Facilitate Organic No-till Planting of Early Spring Vegetables, Mike Snow, Farm Manager, Accokeek Ecosystem Farm; Charlie White, Penn State

Dairy

A Look at the Newly Released Organic Pasture Rule, Kerry Smith, USDA, AMS, National Organic Program

Amending Soil in the Organic Dairy Pasture, Cindy Daley, CSU Chico

Barley Fodder Feeding for Organic Dairies, John Stoltzfus, Be-A-Blessing Organic Dairy, Fay Benson, Cornell University

Behavior Based Grazing Management: A Plant-Herbivore Interaction Webinar, Darrell Emmick

Birdsfoot Trefoil as a Forage on Organic Dairy Farms, Jennifer MacAdam, USU

Bovine Fatty Acids: From Forage to Milk, Melissa Bainbridge and Caleb Goossen, University of Vermont

Breeding and Genetics: Considerations for Organic Dairy Farms, Brad Heins, UMN

Connections between Biodiversity and Livestock Well-Being, Juan Alvez, UVM

Considerations for Out-Wintering the Organic Dairy Herd, Brad Heins, UMN

Economics of Organic Dairy Farming, Bob Parsons, University of Vermont

The Economics of Organic Dairy Farming in New England, Bob Parsons, University of Vermont

Evaluating Sprouted Grains on Grazing Dairy Farms, Kathy Soder, USDA ARS

Fly Management in the Organic Dairy Pasture, Donald Rutz, J. Keith Waldron, New York State IPM Program

Grazing Systems and Forage Quality of Grasses for Organic Dairy Production, Brad Heins, University of Minnesota

Healthy Soils for a Healthy Organic Dairy Farm -- Broadcast from 2011 NOFA-NY Organic Dairy Conference, Heather Darby, University of Vermont, Cindy Daley, University of California, Chico

How to Calculate Pasture Dry Matter Intake on Your Organic Dairy Farm, Sarah Flack, Sarah Flack Consulting

Introducing Brassicas into the Organic Dairy Pasture, Fay Benson, Cornell Cooperative Extension

Learning from Our Observations of Pastures & Livestock: Preventing Pasture Problems on the Organic Dairy, Sarah Flack, Sarah Flack Consulting

Mastitis Management on Your Organic Dairy, Guy Jodarski, DVM

Maximizing Dry Matter Intake on Your Organic Dairy Farm, Karen Hoffman, USDA-NRCS

NRCS EQIP Organic Initiative and Organic Dairy Farms, Sarah Brown, Oregon Tilth, Kevin Kaija, USDA NRCS

Organic Dairy for the Next Generation. Heather Darby, University of Vermont. Broadcast from the USDA Organic Farming Systems Conference 2011.

Organic Dairy Forages: Focus on Summer Annuals, Heather Darby, University of Vermont.

Organic Weed Management on Livestock Pastures, Sid Bosworth, University of Vermont

Setting up a Grazing System on Your Organic Dairy Farm, Sarah Flack, Sarah Flack Consulting

Shades of Green Dairy Farm Calculator, Charles Benbrook, The Organic Center

Stockpiling Forages to Extend the Grazing Season on Your Organic Dairy, Laura Paine, Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection

Supplementing the Organic Dairy Cow Diet: Results of Molasses and Flaxseed Feeding Trials, Kathy Soder, USDA-ARS

Supplementing the Organic Dairy Cow Diet with Flaxseed, Andre Brito, University of New Hampshire, Heather Darby, University of Vermont

Transitioning Organic Dairy Cows off and on Pasture, Rick Kersbergen, University of Maine

Unique Fly Control Methods for Organic Dairy Production, Brad Heins and Roger Moon, University of Minnesota

Using Small Grains as Forages on Your Organic Dairy, Heather Darby, University of Vermont Extension

Your Organic Dairy Herd Health Toolbox, Hubert Karreman, Penn Dutch Cow Care

Disease Management

A Novel Strategy for Soil-borne Disease Management: Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation (ASD), Carol Shennan, UCSC, David Butler, University of Tennessee

Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation to Control Soil Borne Pathogens: Current Research Findings and On-farm Implementation, Carol Shennan and Joji Muramoto, University of California Santa Cruz

Grafting for Disease Management in Organic Tomato Production, Frank Louws North Carolina State University Cary Rivard, Kansas State University

Grafting Tomatoes for Organic Open Field and High Tunnel Production, David Francis, Ohio State

Late Blight Control in Your Organic Garden, Meg McGrath, Cornell

Late Blight Control on Organic Farms 2010 Webinar Meg McGrath, Cornell; Sally Miller, Ohio State

Late Blight of Tomato and Potato: Recent Occurrences and Management Experiences, Margaret T. McGrath, Chris Smart, Beth Gugino, Amanda Gevens, Pamela Roberts

Late Blight Webinar 2009, Sally Miller, Ohio State; Meg McGrath, Cornell: Alex Stone, Oregon State

Linking Cover Crops, Plant Pathogens, and Disease Control in Organic Tomatoes, Brian McSpadden-Gardener, Ohio State

Non-Antibiotic Control of Fire Blight: What Works As We Head Into a New Era. Ken Johnson, Oregon State University, Rachel Elkins, UC Extension, Tim Smith, WSU Extension. 

Organic Methods for Control of Insect Pests and Diseases of Pecan and Peach, David Shapiro-Ilan, Clive Bock, USDA ARS

Using Contans (Coniothyrium minitans) for White Mold Management on Organic Farms Webinar, Alex Stone, Oregon State University

Extension

Be my friend: Utilizing social media such as Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest to engage and interact with your audience, Debra Heleba, University of Vermont Extension; Debbie Roos, North Carolina State University Extension

Effective Presentations: How to Develop and Deliver a Farmer-Friendly Talk, Seth Wilner, University of New Hampshire

Excellence in Organic Extension Webinar Series

How am I doing: Improving your program by evaluating your extension program with feedback and follow-up, Seth Wilner, University of New Hampshire; Anu Rangarajan, Cornell University

Innovative Approaches to Extension in Organic and Sustainable Agriculture. Bruna Irene Grimberg, Fabian Menalled and Mary Burrows, Montana State University

Out in the sun: How to plan and put on an engaging, informative and successful field day, Charlie White, PSU, Molly Hamilton, NCSU

Food Safety

Food Safety in Organic Leafy Greens, Sadhana Ravishankar, University of Arizona

Food Safety in Organic Poultry, Sandra Diaz Lopez, Irene Hanning-Jarquin

Good Sense Food Safety Practices on Organic Vegetable Farms, Chris Blanchard, Purple Pitchfork

Impacts of the Food Safety Modernization Act on Diversified Organic Vegetable Farms, Erin Silva, University of Wisconsin

Microbial Food Safety Issues of Organic Foods, Francisco Diez-Gonzalez, University of Minnesota

Tracking Your Produce for Your Business and Health, Colleen Collier Bess, Michigan Dept of Agriculture

Fruit Production

Design and Management of Organic Strawberry/Vegetable Rotations, Carol Shennan and Joji Muramoto, UCSC

Fire Blight Control in Organic Pome Fruit Systems Under the Proposed Non-antibiotic Standard, Ken Johnson, Oregon State

Nitrogen Management in Organic Strawberries: Challenges and Approaches, Mark Gaskell, UC Extension; Carol Shennan and Joji Muramoto, UCSC

Non-Antibiotic Control of Fire Blight: What Works As We Head Into a New Era. Ken Johnson, Oregon State University, Rachel Elkins, UC Extension, Tim Smith, WSU Extension. 

The OrganicA Project: Current Research on Organic Production of Ginger Gold, Honeycrisp, Zestar!, Macoun, and Liberty Apples, Lorraine Berkett, University of Vermont

Organic Blackberry Production: Tips Learned from an Ongoing Research Study, Bernadine Strik, Luis Valenzuela, Oregon State University; David Bryla, USDA-ARS

Organic Blueberry Production, Bernadine Strik, Handell Larco, Oregon State University, David Bryla, USDA-ARS.

Organic Fruit Production Research. Bernadine Strik, Oregon State University, Broadcast from USDA Organic Farming Systems Conference, 2011. Broadcast from the International Organic Fruit Symposium, 2012

Organic Methods for Control of Insect Pests and Diseases of Pecan and Peach, David Shapiro-Ilan, Clive Bock, USDA-ARS

Research Update on Non-antibiotic Control of Fire Blight, Ken Johnson, Oregon State; Rachel Elkins, UC Cooperative Extension; Tim Smith, WSU Cooperative Extension

Transition to Organic Fruit Production - Impacts on Yield and Environmental Performance in a Muscadine Vineyard. Girish K. Panicker, Director, Center for Conservation Research, Alcorn State University, Broadcast from USDA Organic Systems Conference 2011.

Undercover Nutrient Investigation: The Effects of Mulch on Nutrients for Blueberry, Dan Sullivan, Ryan Costello, Luis Valenzuela, Oregon State

2nd International Organic Fruit Symposium Broadcasts, 2012

Grain Production (includes quinoa)

The "Ancient" Grains Emmer, Einkorn and Spelt: What We Know and What We Need to Find Out Frank Kutka, NPSAS, Steve Zwinger, NDSU, Julie Dawson, Cornell, June Russell, Greenmarket/GrowNYC

Baking evaluation, sensory analysis, and nutritional characteristics of modern, heritage, and ancient wheat varieties. Lisa Kissing Kucek, Cornell; Abdullah Jaradat, USDA ARS; Julie Dawson, University of Wisconsin

Barley Fodder Feeding for Organic Dairies, John Stoltzfus, Be-A-Blessing Organic Dairy, Fay Benson, Cornell University

Compost Carryover Effects on Soil Quality and Productivity in Organic Dryland Wheat. Earl Creech and Jennifer Reeve, Utah State University

Dehulling Ancient Grains, Frank Kutka, NPSAS; Brian Baker; Nigel Tudor, Weatherbury Farm; Elizabeth Dyck, OGRIN

Dryland Organic Agriculture Symposium from the Washington Tilth Conference 2011

Heritage and Ancient Wheat: Varietal Performance and Managment, Michael Davis, Cornell University; Steve Zwinger, NDSU

How can Organic, non-GMO and GMO Crops Coexist? Live Broadcast, Lynn Clarkson, Clarkson Grain

Impact of Grain Farming Methods on Climate Change, Michel Cavigelli, USDA-ARS

International Quinoa Research Symposium Broadcast, Various

Management for High-Quality Organic Wheat and Ancient Grain Production in the Northeast, David Benscher, Cornell, Greg Roth, Penn State, Elizabeth Dyck, OGRIN

Organic Grains. Ellen Mallory, University of Maine. Broadcast from USDA Organic Farming Systems Conference, 2011.

Organic Quinoa Production in the Pacific Northwest, Kevin Murphy, WSU

Organic Weed Management in Organic Grain Cropping Systems, Chris Reberg Horton, NCSU

Soil Fertility Management in Organic Grain Cropping Systems, John Spargo, University of Massachusetts. Broadcast from Carolina Organic Commodities and Livestock Conference, 2012.

Soil Fertility Management in Organic Wheat Production, John Spargo, University of Massachusetts. Broadcast from Carolina Organic Commodities and Livestock Conference, 2012.

Using Small Grains as Forages on Your Organic Dairy, Heather Darby, University of Vermont Extension

Wheat Mycotoxins in Organic Grain Systems, Christina Cowger, USDA-ARS and NCSU. Broadcast from the Carolina Organic Commodities and Livestock Conference, 2012.

Wheat Varietal Selection for Organic Grains in North Carolina, Chris Reberg Horton, NCSU. Broadcast from the Carolina Organic Commodities and Livestock Conference, 2012.

Working With Local Organic Grains, Stefan Senders, Wide Awake Bakery; Peter Endriss, Runner & Stone Bakery and Restaurant; Dan Avery, Dakota Earth Bakery; Steve Gonzalez, Sfoglini Pasta Shop

Hops Production

Starting Up Small-Scale Organic Hops Production, Rob Sirrine, Michigan State University, Brian Tennis, Michigan Hop Alliance

Livestock Production

A novel nutritional approach to rearing organic pastured broiler chickens (Part 1), Mike Lilburn, The Ohio State University

A Novel Nutritional Approach to Rearing Organic Pastured Broiler Chickens (Part 2), Mike Lilburn, The Ohio State University

Connections between Biodiversity and Livestock Well-Being, Juan Alvez UVM

Dryland Organic Agriculture Symposium from the Washington Tilth Conference 2011

Integrating Livestock into Dryland Organic Crop Rotations, Lynne Carpenter Boggs, Jonathan Wachter, Washington State University

Third Party Audits for Small and Medium Sized Meat Processors, Jim Riddle, Joe McCommons, Arion Thiboumery, and Erin Lohmann

Marketing and Economics

CSA Farmer's Guide to Accepting SNAP/EBT Payments, Bryan Allan, Friends of Zenger Farm

Dryland Organic Agriculture Symposium from the Washington Tilth Conference 2011

How can Organic, non-GMO and GMO Crops Coexist? Live Broadcast, Lynn Clarkson, Clarkson Grain. Broadcast live from the 2013 Illinois Specialty Crops, Agritourism and Organic Conference

Local Dirt: Beyond Marketing. Find Buyers, Sell Online, Source & Buy Product…Yourself, Heather Hilleren, Kassie Rizzo, Local Dirt

North Carolina's Statewide Initiative for Building a Local Food Economy, Nancy Creamer, Teisha Wymore, North Carolina State University

Organic Farming Financial Benchmarks, Dale Nordquist, UMN

Plan for Marketing Your Organic Products, Susan Smalley, MSU

Planning Your Organic Farm for Profit, Richard Wiswall, Cate Farm

Veggie Compass: Whole Farm Profit Management, Erin Silva, Rebecca Claypool, University of Wisconsin

Why Eat Organic: Live Broadcast from the Illinois Specialty Crops, Agritourism and Organic Conference, Jim Riddle, University of Minnesota

Pest Management, Beneficial Insects and Pollinators

Biologically Based Organic Management Strategies for Spotted Wing Drosophila, Vaughn Walton, Oregon State University; Rufus Isaacs, Michigan State University; Hannah Burrack, North Carolina State University

Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs, Anne Nielsen, Rutgers University

Building Pest-Suppressive Organic Farms: Tools and Strategies Used by Five Long-Term Organic Farms, Helen Atthowe and Carl Rosato, Woodleaf Farm

Diversity by Design: Using Trap Crops to Control the Cruciferous Flea Beetle, Joyce Parker, EPA

Ecological Farm Design for Pest Management In Organic Vegetable Production: Successes and Challenges on Two Farms, Helen Atthowe

Effects of Climate Change on Insect Communities in Organic Farming Systems, David Crowder, WSU

Fly Management in the Organic Dairy Pasture, Donald Rutz, J. Keith Waldron, New York State IPM Program

An Integrated Approach to Managing Yellowmargined Leaf Beetle in Crucifer Crops. Rammohan Balusu, Ayanava Majumdar, Auburn University; Elena Rhodes, University of Florida

Integrated Pest Management in Organic Field Crops, Eileen Cullen. Robin Mittenthal, University of Wisconsin, Christine Mason, Standard Process Farm

IPM in Crucifer Crops: Focus on the Yellow-margined Leaf Beetle, Rammohan Balusu and Ayanava Majumdar, Auburn University; Ron Cave, University of Florida

Live Broadcast from Fly Management on Your Organic Dairy Workshop, Roger Moon, University of Minnesota; J Keith Waldron, Cornell; Wes Watson, North Carolina State University

Managing Bad Stink Bugs Using Good Stink Bugs, Yong-Lak Park, West Virginia University

Organic Methods for Control of Insect Pests and Diseases of Pecan and Peach, David Shapiro-Ilan, Clive Bock, USDA-ARS

Promoting Native Bee Pollinators in Organic Farming Systems. David Crowder and Elias Bloom, Washington State University

Scouting for Vegetable and Fruit Pests on Organic Farms, Helen Atthowe and Doug O'Brien

Stink Bug Management with Trap Crops, Russell Mizell, University of Florida

Systems Organic Management Suppresses Cabbageworm Outbreaks: Evidence from 4 Long-term Organic Farms, Jake Asplund, Washington State University; Doug O'Brien, Doug O'Brien Agricultural Consulting

Trap Cropping in Organic Strawberries to Manage Lygus Bugs in California, by Diego Nieto, University of California Santa Cruz

Unique Fly Control Methods for Organic Dairy Production, Brad Heins, University of Minnesota

Wild Bee Monitoring, Education, and Outreach in Organic Farming Systems, Elias Bloom, WSU; Rosy Smit, Camp Korey

Research Methods

A Certified Organic Winter Nursery for Corn Breeding, Bryan Brunner, University of Puerto Rico, Kevin Montgomery, Paul Scott, USDA ARS

Organic Agriculture Research Symposium Selected Live Broadcasts, various

On-Farm Testing: Finding What Works for Your Farm, Diana Roberts, WSU Extension from the Dryland Organic Agriculture Symposium at the Washington Tilth Conference, 2011

Organic Farming Systems Research at the University of Nebraska, by Elizabeth Sarno, Charles Shapiro, Richard Little, Vicki Schlegel and Jim Brandle, University of Nebraska.

Participatory On-farm Research: Beyond the Randomized Complete Block Design, Sieg Snapp, MSU

Using Participatory Variety Trials to Assess Response to Environment in Organic Vegetable Crops, Alex Lyon, University of Wisconsin

Seed Production and Breeding

Breeding Hard Winter Wheat for Organic Markets, Richard Little, University of Nebraska. From Organic Farming Research at the University of Nebraska Webinar.

Breeding Efforts and Cover Crop Choices for Improved Organic Dry Bean Production Systems in Michigan, Jim Heilig, Michigan State University

Carrot Improvement for Organic Agriculture. Phillip Simon, USDA ARS and University of Wisconsin; Lori Hoagland, Purdue; Philip Roberts, UC Riverside; Micaela Colley, Jared Zystro and Cathleen McCluskey, Organic Seed Alliance

A Certified Organic Winter Nursery for Corn Breeding, Bryan Brunner, University of Puerto Rico, Kevin Montgomery, Paul Scott, USDA ARS

How to Breed for Organic Production Systems, Jim Myers, Oregon State

Organic Seed Breeding for Nutrition, Philipp Simon, University of Wisconsin; Walter Goldstein, Mandaamin Institute; Jim Myers, Oregon State; Micaela Colley, Organic Seed Alliance

Organic Seed Production Six Webinar Series, Organic Seed Alliance and MESA

Selecting "Modern" Heirloom Dry Beans, Thomas Michaels, University of Mineesota

Sourcing Organic Seed Just Got Easier: An Introduction to Organic Seed Finder, Chet Boruff, AOSCA, Kristina Hubbard, Organic Seed Alliance

Understanding the National Organic Program Seed Rule and Sourcing Organic Seed, Kristina Hubbard, Organic Seed Alliance; Emily Brown Rosen, USDA NOP, Zea Sonnabend, CCOF and NOSB, Cullen Carns-Hilliker, MOSA

Updates from the NCSU Organic Cropping Systems Program and Growing Canola, Chris Reberg-Horton, NCSU. Broadcast from the Carolina Livestock and Organic Commodities Conference, 2012.

Using Participatory Variety Trials to Assess Response to Environment in Organic Vegetable Crops, Alex Lyon, University of Wisconsin

Using the eOrganic Organic Seed Production Tutorials, Jared Zystro, Organic Seed Alliance

Organic Seed Grower's Conference 2012, Port Townsend Washington: Selected Live Broadcasts

Organic Seed Growers Conference 2014: Selected Live Broadcasts

Organic Seed Growers Conference 2016: Live Broadcasts and Recordings

Soil and Tillage

A Novel Strategy for Soil-borne Disease Management: Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation (ASD), Carol Shennan, UCSC; David Butler, University of Tennessee

Assessing Nitrogen Contribution and Rhizobia Diversity Associated with Winter Legume Cover Crops in Organic Systems, Julie Grossman, NCSU

The Evolution, Status, and Future of Organic No-Till in the Northeast US, Bill Curran, Penn State, Steven Mirsky, USDA, Bill Mason, Mason's Heritage Farms

Estimating Plant-Available Nitrogen Contribution from Cover Crops, Nick Andrews, Dan Sullivan, Oregon State

Increasing Plant and Soil Biodiversity on Organic Farmscapes, Louis Jackson, UC Davis

Nutrient Management in Organic Systems, by Charles Shapiro, from Organic Farming Systems Research at the University of Nebraska Webinar.

Organic Agriculture Research Symposium Selected Live Broadcasts, various

Organicology 2015: Selected Live Broadcasts, Crop Rotation and Soil Health Workshops

Planning for Flexibility in Effective Crop Rotations, Chuck Mohler, Cornell

Putting the Pieces Together: Lessons Learned from a Reduced-Tillage Organic Cropping Systems Project, William Curran, Ron Hoover, John Wallace

Reduced Tillage in Organic Vegetable Production: Successes, Challenges, and New Directions, Helen Atthowe

Researcher and Farmer Innovation to Increase Nitrogen Cycling on Organic Farms, by Louise Jackson and Tim Bowles

Root Media and Fertility Management for Organic Transplants, John Biernbaum, MSU

Rotational No-till and Mulching Systems for Organic Vegetable Farms, Jan-Hendrik Cropp, Under_Cover Consulting

Soil Fertility Management in Organic Grain Cropping Systems, John Spargo, University of Massachusetts. Broadcast from Carolina Organic Commodities and Livestock Conference, 2012.

Soil Fertility Management in Organic Wheat Production, John Spargo, University of Massachusetts. Broadcast from Carolina Organic Commodities and Livestock Conference, 2012.

Undercover Nutrient Investigation: The Effects of Mulch on Nutrients for Blueberry, Dan Sullivan, Ryan Costello, Luis Valenzuela, Oregon State

Weed Management

Blasting the Competition Away: Air-propelled Abrasive Grits for Weed Management in Organic Grain and Vegetable Crops, Sam Wortman, University of Illinois; Sharon Clay and Daniel Humburg, University of South Dakota

Can we talk? Improving Weed Management Communication between Organic Farmers and Extension, Sarah Zwickle, The Ohio State University; Marleen Riemens, Wageningen University and Research Center, Netherlands

Cultivation and Seedbank Management for Improved Weed Control, Eric Gallandt, University of Maine

Organic Weed Management in Organic Grain Cropping Systems, Chris Reberg Horton,  NCSU, Broadcast from the Carolina Livestock and Organic Commodities Conference, 2012.

Organic Weed Management on Livestock Pastures, Sid Bosworth, University of Vermont

Using Cover Crops to Suppress Weeds in Northeast US Farming systems, William Curran, Penn State; Matthew Ryan, Cornell

Vegetable Production

Breeding Efforts and Cover Crop Choices for Improved Organic Dry Bean Production Systems in Michigan, Jim Heilig, Michigan State University

Design and Management of Organic Strawberry/Vegetable Rotations, Carol Shennan, UCSC

Grafting for Disease Management in Organic Tomato Production, Frank Louws North Carolina State University Cary Rivard, Kansas State University

Grafting Tomatoes for Organic Open Field and High Tunnel Production, David Francis, Ohio State

Growing Vegetables and Fruit without Irrigation in Northern California and the Maritime Pacific Northwest, Amy Garrett, Oregon State University; Jacques Neukom, Neukom Farm; Steve Peters, Seed Revolution Now

High Tunnel Production and Low Cost Tunnel Construction, Tim Coolong, University of Kentucky

Late Blight Control in Your Organic Garden, Meg McGrath, Cornell

Late Blight Control on Organic Farms 2010 Webinar Meg McGrath, Cornell; Sally Miller, Ohio State

Late Blight Webinar 2009, Sally Miller, Ohio State; Meg McGrath, Cornell: Alex Stone, Oregon State

Linking Cover Crops, Plant Pathogens, and Disease Control in Organic Tomatoes, Brian McSpadden-Gardener, Ohio State

Making and Using Compost Teas, Lynne Carpenter-Boggs and CeCe Crosby, Washington State University

Organic Agriculture Research Symposium Selected Live Broadcasts, various

Organic Cropping Systems for Vegetable Production: Crop Nutrition and Environmental Effects. Kristian Thorup-Kristensen, Copenhagen University, Broadcast from USDA Organic Farming Systems Conference, 2011

Organic Dry Bean Production Systems and Cultivar Choices, Thomas Michaels, Craig Sheaffer, Hannah Swegarden and Claire Flavin, University of Minnesota

Permaculture on Organic Farms: The State of Play, Rafter Ferguson, Kevin Wolz, Ron Revord, University of Illinois

Rotational No-till and Mulching Systems for Organic Vegetable Farms, Jan-Hendrik Cropp, Under_Cover Consulting

Using Participatory Variety Trials to Assess Response to Environment in Organic Vegetable Crops, Alex Lyon, University of Wisconsin

 

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