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  • Guide to ATTRA’s Organic Publications A Publication of ATTRA—National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service • 1-800-346-9140 • www.attra.ncat.org© 2006 NCAT Since 1987, the National Center for Appropriate Technology’s ATTRA – National Sustainable AgricultureUpdated 2009 Information Service has provided the organic farming community with timely and helpful information on production and marketing. Now that organic agriculture has entered a new era of expanding growth, sophistication and federal regulation, the need for information has moved to a new level. To meet that demand, NCAT has sharpened its focus on certified organic agriculture. We are forming new partnerships with other organizations, creating new materials and updating old ones, tackling new issues and bringing fresh perspectives to familiar questions. In order to assist you inContents using our service, we’ve created this guide to our organic publications. In it, you will learn what theseOrganic rule and publications contain and how to use them.compliance ...................... 1Farm inputs ..................... 4Marketing andbusiness................................5Horticultural crops ....... 6Field crops ....................... 7Livestock ........................... 8Soils and compost ........ 9Pest management ...... 10Publicaciones enEspañol/Spanishpublications ................... 12 Photo by Susan Tallman, NCAT. Organic rule understand, prepare for and get the most from the process of organic certification to and compliance U.S. Department of Agriculture’sATTRA—National SustainableAgriculture Information Service National Organic Standards, including(www.ncat.attra.org) is managed Organic Certification Process–IP262 the purposes and benefits of the inspec-by the National Center for Appro-priate Technology (NCAT) and is This publ icat ion is designed to tion and a description of the process andfunded under a grant from theUnited States Department of help organic producers and handlers the role of the organic inspector.Agriculture’s Rural Business-Cooperative Service. Visit the To view and download the publications in this guide (except those labeled print only), visit the OrganicNCAT Web site (www.ncat.org/sarc_current.php) for farming section of the ATTRA Web site at www.attra.ncat.org/organic.html. For a free print copy of anymore information on of these publications or to speak with a specialist, call 1-800-346-9140 (English), 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Centralour sustainable agri- Time or 1-800-411-3222 (Español), 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific Time, Monday through Friday.culture projects.
  • Organic Standards for All Organic certification and the sole exemption to Operations: Highlights of the mandatory certification. USDA’s National Organic Program National Organic Program Compli- Regulation–IP325 ance Checklist for Producers–IP232 This publication describes the key require- ments of the National Organic Program This publication will help you learn how (NOP) for all organic operations. It should to assess the compliance of your farm or be used in conjunction with specific ranch operation with National Organic standards for crop production, livestock Program (NOP) standards. production and handling (processing). National Organic Program Compli- Organic Standards for Crop ance Checklist for Handlers–IP301 Production: Highlights of the This publication guides you through USDA’s National Organic Program assessing the compliance of your handling Regulations–IP332 or processing operation with the NationalF This publication describes the key Organic Program (NOP) standards. or a free copy of any of these requirements of the National Organic publications, Program (NOP) for organic crop produc- Organic System Plan (OSP)or to speak with a tion including land management, seed Templates for Certifiers–IP213 and planting stock, crop rotation andspecialist, call This publication addresses the essential pest management. It also provides lists1-800-346-9140 elements of a completed Organic Systemor 1-800-411-3222 of allowed and prohibited substances. Plan (OSP) and provides certifiers with(en Español) 7 a.m. to models that they are encouraged to apply7 p.m. Central Time, Organic Standards for Handling when creating their own applications orMonday through (Processing): Highlights of the OSP documents.Friday, or visit our USDA’s National Organic ProgramWeb site at:www.attra.ncat.org Regulations–IP333 Organic Field Crops This publication describes the key Documentation Forms–IP230 requirements of the National Organic These forms provide farmers with a clean Program (NOP) for handling and and organized way to document informa- processing organic materials including tion that may be important for compli- facility pest management, contamina- ance with the National Organic Program tion prevention, product composition (NOP) standards. and labeling. It also provides a list of accepted and prohibited materials. Recordkeeping and Budgeting Preparing for an Organic Inspec- Workbook for Organic Crop tion: Steps and Checklists–IP261 Producers (draft version) (companion to IP262) This publication contains a set of forms A companion to Organic Certification for farmers to use to keep records Process, this publication is designed to required for organic certification. help organic producers and handlers understand, prepare for and get the most Organic Materials Compliance– from their annual inspections. IP313 This publication discusses three main ways Organic Farm Certification and the to ensure compliance with the National National Organic Program–IP222 Organic Program (NOP) regulations of This publication discusses consider- agricultural materials and substances. ations in going organic, basic steps to The goals are 1) an understanding of thePage 2 ATTRA Guide to ATTRA’s Organic Publications
  • regulations, 2) the creation of an Organic Organic Orchard, Vineyard, System Plan (OSP) with your certifier, and 3) thorough recordkeeping of all purchases and Berry Crop Documentation and use of materials. Forms–IP238 Orchardists and viticulturists can use theThe Organic Chronicles No. 1: forms in this publication for document-Mysteries of Organic Farming ing practices, inputs and activities thatRevealed–IP314 demonstrate compliance with regulations This illustrated story briefl y explains or that assist in farm recordkeeping. the ecological ideas behind organic agri- culture, including information about Organic Market Farm switching to organic methods. Documentation Forms–IP285 The 23 forms in this package are pro-Organic Crop Production vided as tools that market gardeners andOverview–IP170 produce farmers can use for document- This is an overview of key concepts and ing practices, inputs and activities that practices of certified organic crop produc- demonstrate compliance with regulations tion, with perspectives on many notions, or that assist in other aspects of farm myths and issues that have become recordkeeping. associated with organic agriculture.Forms, Documents and Organic Field CropsSample Letters for Organic Documentation Forms–IP230Producers–IP276 This publication contains tools farm- This publication includes supplementary ers can use for documenting practices, letters, forms and other documents produc- inputs and activities to demonstrate com- ers can use to demonstrate compliance. pliance with regulations. The forms can also assist in farm recordkeeping. Organic Livestock Documentation Forms–IP237 This publication contains tools that livestock producers can use for documenting prac- tices, inputs and activities that demonstrate compliance with regulations. The forms can also assist in farm recordkeeping. Organic Standards and Certification Presentation–(online only) This is a PowerPoint presentation over- view of the National Organic Program standards and steps to become certified. It was designed as a training tool for cooperative extension agents, the Natu- ral Resources Conservation Service and other technical service providers. www. attra.ncat.org/downloads/organic_cert/ organic_standards_certification.pdfwww.attra.ncat.org ATTRA Page 3
  • Organic Integrity in the Field: Seed Production and Preventing Contamination Variety Development for Organic and Seeking Compensation– Systems–IP272 (online only) Research to develop seed varieties for This PowerPoint presentation, with organic production and technical infor- speaker notes and a ready-to-print work- mation is increasing. The USDA is train- shop handout, outlines strategies for pre- ing farmers on participatory breeding venting crop contamination with synthetic practices to increase the availability of pesticides, fertilizers and other prohib- organic seed. This publication provides ited materials and the steps to be taken information on these issues. if contamination occurs. www.attra.ncat. org/risk_management/srmgateway.html Sources of Organic Fertilizers and Amendments–RL044 (online only) Southern Organic Resource Guide– Resource list for farmers and gardeners IP279 (online only) to identify specialty input suppliers in the T h i s pu bl icat ion wa s de s i g ned U.S. and bordering countries. Catego- to help certified and transitioning rized by product type. www.attra.ncat.org/ organic farmers in Arkansas, Louisiana, attra-pub/org_ fert Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee minimize and manage risks associated Organic Livestock Feed Suppliers– with obtaining and maintaining organic certification. www.attra.ncat.org/sorg/ IP171 (online only) downloads/sorg.pdf This is a searchable online database of suppliers offering certified organic live- Transitioning to Organic stock feed. It is categorized by region and Production–IP241 by type of livestock feed. www.attra.ncat. (Sustainable Agriculture Network org/attra-pub/livestock_ feed/index.php publication, print only) Organic Alternatives to Treated This publication includes conversion strategies, covering typical organic Lumber–CT170 farming production practices, innovative Organic producers need to remember marketing ideas and federal standards that treated lumber is not allowed under for certified production. the Final Rule of the National Organic Program. This publication includes information on alternative products. Farm inputs Suppliers of Seed for Certified Farmscaping to Enhance Biological Organic Production–RL040 Control–CT065 (online only) This publication provides information about This publication will help you locate increasing and managing biodiversity on a sources of seed certified organic or farm to favor beneficial organisms, with otherwise acceptable in accordance emphasis on beneficial insects. Topics with the 2002 National Organic Program covered include plants that attract (NOP) regulations. It includes suppliers of beneficials; pests and predators; seed open-pollinated, heirloom vegetable seed blends to attract beneficial insects; and seed for agronomic crops, with a focus farmscaping; hedgerow establishment; on regionally suitable varieties. www.attra. maintenance budgets; and a flowering ncat.org/attra-pub/organic_seed/? period table.Page 4 ATTRA Guide to ATTRA’s Organic Publications
  • Biointensive Integrated Pest and maintaining organic certification.Management (IPM)–IP049 www.attra.ncat.org/sorg/downloads/sorg.pdf This publication provides the rationale for biointensive integrated pest management Determining and Documenting (IPM) and outlines the concepts and tools the Acceptability of Organic Farm of biointensive IPM. It suggests steps for Inputs (see Organic Certification for implementing IPM and provides informa- Southern Farmers) (online only) tion resources. This PowerPoint presentation with speaker notes and a ready-to-print workshop hand-Organic Integrated Pest Manage- out will help producers determine whichment Pictorial Field Guide (English) fertilizers, amendments, pesticides, seeds and planting stock are allowed in cropGuía de Campo Sobre el Manejo production. It includes organics basicsIntegrado de Plagas Organico and how to reduce dependence on off-(Español)–SP257 farm inputs. Go to www.attra.ncat.org/ risk_management/srmgateway.html and T These pictorial guides examine concepts of organic IPM and the role of beneficials, look under Training Materials. o view and download the focusing on ecologically based strategies to Comparing Energy Use in publications prevent pests. The guides are available on Conventional and Organic in this guide (except CD or online and include these sections: those labeled print Cropping Systems–IP339 1) Beneficials, beneficial habitat only), visit the Organic and insect pests Energy consumption in conventional farming section of and organic production systems can the ATTRA Web site at 2) Plant disease management vary greatly depending on direct energy www.attra.ncat.org/ 3) Weed management inputs as well as the indirect energy organic.html. For a 4) Vertebrate pest management involved in manufacturing, shipping and free print copy of any applying pesticides and nitrogen-based of these publications fertilizers. This publication examines or to speak with aSources of “Spraying Prohibited” several studies that reviewed energy use specialist, callSigns for Organic Farms–RL035 in various cropping systems. 1-800-346-9140 Manufactured signs are cost-effective and (English), 7 a.m. to 7 available from several suppliers whose p.m. Central Time or products and prices are listed. Marketing and business 1-800-411-3222 (Español), 8 a.m. to Enterprise Budgets and 5 p.m. Pacific Time,Protecting Water Quality on Production Costs for Organic Monday-Friday.Organic Farms–IP214 Production–RL041 This publication discusses strategies for This resource list contains Internet- preventing water pollution on organic farms based sources of enterprise budgets and in relation to concerns such as transition production cost information for organic to organic and nutrient management. production of horticultural and agronomic crops and for organic livestock enterprises.Southern Organic Resource Guide–IP279 (see Organic Certification for Organic Marketing Resources–Southern Farmers) (online only) IP124 Designed to help certified and transitioning This publication provides market organic farmers in Arkansas, Louisiana, resources for organic food and fiber Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee, products, including organic prices, sales this publication covers minimizing and data, market trends and data, organic managing risks associated with obtaining trade associations, directories and otherwww.attra.ncat.org ATTRA Page 5
  • organic marketing publications and Low Spray and Organic Plum resources, with contact information. Production–CT122 Marketing Organic Grains–CT154 Grapes: Organic Production–IP031 This publication discusses food grains, Blueberries: Organic oilseeds and pulses, with an overview of feed grain markets and marketing. It Production–IP021 also presents several key ways in which Organic Culture of Bramble organic grain marketing differs from con- ventional grain marketing. Fruits–IP022 Strawberries: Organic Southern Organic Resource Guide Production– IP046 (online only) This user-friendly reference handbook Tree Fruits: Organic Production is designed to help certified and tran- Overview–IP028 sitioning organic farmers in Arkansas, Louisiana, Kentucky, Mississippi and Vegetables, herbs Tennessee minimize and manage risks associated with obtaining and maintain- and flowers ing organic certification. www.attra.ncat. These publications provide detailed information org/sorg/downloads/sorg.pdf on the sustainable and organic production of a variety of vegetables, herbs and flowers. Federal Resources for Sustainable Organic Allium Production–IP138 Farming and Ranching–IP294 This overview of the major federal Organic Asparagus conser vat ion prog ra ms prov ides Production–CT100 resources for farmers and ranchers to enhance and maintain sustainable Organic Garlic Production–IP320 farming and ranching practices. Horticultural crops Fruits These publications provide detailed information on the sustainable and organic production methods of a variety of fruits as well as strate- gies for pest management. Organic and Low-Spray Apple Production–IP020 Considerations in Organic Apple Production–IP184 Organic and Low-Spray Peach Production–IP047 Organic Pear Production–IP167Page 6 ATTRA Guide to ATTRA’s Organic Publications
  • Herb Production in Organic Herbs: Organic GreenhouseSystems–IP224 Production–IP164Hops: Organic Production–CT115 Organic Greenhouse TomatoOrganic Pumpkin and Winter Production–IP190Squash Production–CT172 Other organic horticulturalSweet Corn: Organic crops topicsProduction–IP336 Organic Crop ProductionSweetpotato: Organic Overview–IP170Production–CT128 This publication provides an overview ofOrganic Tomato Production–CT073 key concepts and practices of certified organic crop production, with perspec-Specialty Lettuce and Greens: F tives on many notions, myths and issuesOrganic Production–CT117 that have become associated with organic or a free copy of any of theseCole Crops and Other Brassicas: agriculture over time. publications,Organic Production–IP275 or to speak with a NCAT’s Organic Crops Workbook– specialist, callResource Guide to Organic IP225 1-800-346-9140and Sustainable Vegetable This workbook is for organic and transi- or 1-800-411-3222 (en Español) 7 a.m. toProduction–IP188 tional producers with cropping or mixed 7 p.m. Central Time, crop and livestock operations. It was Monday throughPlug and Transplant Production created to assist in understanding the Friday, or visit ourfor Organic Systems–IP160 range of practices and materials allowed Web site at:Flame Weeding for Vegetable under the NOP Regulations. www.attra.ncat.orgCrops–CT165Flame Weeding for Agronomic Field cropsCrops–CT157 These publications provide information about sustainable and organic production of various field crops including information relatingGreenhouse production to soil and weed management, planting andThese publications provide information on tilling methods and alternate crops.various aspects of sustainable and organicgreenhouse production of various horticul- Organic Alfalfa Production–IP234tural crops as well as information about thegreenhouse industry. Organic Cotton Production–IP233 Organic Field CornOrganic Greenhouse Vegetable Production–CT113Production–IP078 Hops: Organic Production–CT115Potting Mixes for Certified OrganicProduction–IP112 Organic Rice Production–CT143Plug and Transplant Production Organic Small Grainfor Organic Systems–IP160 Production–CT160www.attra.ncat.org ATTRA Page 7
  • Organic Soybean Flame Weeding for Vegetable Production–CT120 Crops–IP165 This publication discusses different strat- Organic Tobacco Production–IP322 egies for preemergent flame weeding and Peanuts: Organic Production-IP329 postemergence flame weeding, as well as infrared weed control and steam and hot Other organic field crops topics water weed control. Organic Crop Production Livestock Overview–IP170 This publication provides an overview of Organic Standards for Livestock key concepts and practices of certified Production: Highlights of the organic crop production, with perspectives USDA’s National Organic Program on many notions, myths and issues that Regulations–IP334 have become associated with organic agri- This collection of excerpts from the USDA’sT o view and culture over time. National Organic Program provides the download the reader with general requirements for publications NCAT’s Organic Crops Workbook– organic livestock management, includingin this guide (except IP225 information about origin of livestock, feed,those labeled print This workbook is for organic and tran- health care and living conditions, as wellonly), visit the Organic as lists of substances both allowed and sitional producers with cropping orfarming section of prohibited in production. mixed crop and livestock operations. Itthe ATTRA Web site at was created to assist in understandingwww.attra.ncat.org/organic.html. For a the range of practices and materials Parasite Management forfree print copy of any allowed under the NOP Regulations. Natural and Organic Poultry:of these publications Coccidiosis–IP245or to speak with a Marketing Organic Grains–CT154 This publication discusses the life cyclespecialist, call This publication discusses food grains, of coccidiosis, as well as transmission1-800-346-9140 oilseeds and pulses, with an overview in free-range production, management(English), 7 a.m. to 7 of feed grain markets and marketing. in the brooder and on pasture, naturalp.m. Central Time or It also presents several key ways in which treatments, drugs and vaccines.1-800-411-3222 organic grain marketing differs from(Español), 8 a.m. to conventional grain marketing. Considerations in Organic Hog5 p.m. Pacific Time,Monday-Friday. Production–IP185 Pursuing Conservation Tillage This publication provides information Systems in Organic Crop about hog production compliance Production–IP183 with the National Organic Program, as This brief look at conservation tillage well as insight into sustainability and for organic cropping systems focuses on animal welfare. annual cropping systems for agronomic and vegetable systems. NCAT’s Organic Livestock Workbook–IP228 Flame Weeding for Agronomic This publication is for organic and tran- Crops–CT157 sitional producers with livestock or mixed This publication provides information crop and livestock operations. It is meant about the techniques and economics of especially for producers contemplating flame weeding, which has resurfaced as conversion to, and those in the early years an alternative to chemical control. of transition to, organic production.Page 8 ATTRA Guide to ATTRA’s Organic Publications
  • Predator Control for productivity, animal management, milkSustainable and Organic Livestock marketing and farm energy.Production–IP196 Pastures: Going Organic–IP297 This publication examines how to identify livestock predators and how to control This is an introduction to regulations them. It focuses primarily on the control related to organic pasture and rangeland of coyotes and dogs through management in the United States, including allowed practices, such as fencing and secure activities and materials, fertility, weed and areas, and the use of guard animals, such insect pest management issues, as well as as dogs, donkeys and llamas. organic integrity and recordkeeping.Organic Livestock Feed Suppliers– Building a Montana LivestockIP171 (online only) Industry–IP346 This is a searchable online database of This report begins with the cost of suppliers offering certified organic live- production survey and includes a report stock feed. It is categorized by region and on how Montana Organic Producers by type of livestock feed. www.attra.ncat. Cooperative members can better access org/attra-pub/livestock_ feed/listings.php regional and national markets. In a broader sense, this report provides anOrganic Alternatives to Treated understanding of the value chain of theLumber–CT170 organic grass-finished beef market from This publication reminds producers that the producer to consumer. treated lumber is not allowed under the Final Rule of the National Organic Pro- Soils and compost gram. It includes information on alterna- tive products. Soil Management: National Organic Program Regulations–IP270Arsenic in Poultry Litter:Organic Regulations–IP266 This publication discusses the potential for arsenic in poultry litter, which is often used by organic producers as a fertilizer and source of organic matter for soil.Organic Poultry Production in theUnited States–IP331 This publication provides information about the National Organic Program standards for organic poultry production, including living conditions, genetics, feed and processing.Dairy Resource List: Organic andPasture-Based–IP307 This annotated resource list offers many sources of information helpful to organic and pasture-based dairy farmers. Topics include general organic dairying, pasturewww.attra.ncat.org ATTRA Page 9
  • This publication provides management used by organic producers as a fertilizer guidelines for meeting the objectives and source of organic matter for soil. of the National Organic Program and explains why these objectives are essen- Potting Mixes for Certified Organic tial for maintaining sustainable, organic production systems. Production–IP112 This publication will aid producers in find- Assessing the Pasture Soil ing sources of acceptable potting media or making their own that comply with Resource–IP128 National Organic Program standards. This technical note provides methods to determine biological activity of pasture soils and practical tips on Pest management improving the usefulness of typical soil These resources provide an array of sustainable and plant samples. techniques for the reduction or elimination of insects, weeds and diseases without Sustainable Soil Management– jeopardizing soil health or water quality.F or a free copy of any of these publications,or to speak with aspecialist, call IP027 This publication covers basic soil proper- ties and management steps toward building and maintaining healthy soils. Disease pest management Asian Soybean Rust: Notes and1-800-346-9140 Organic Control Options foror 1-800-411-3222 Pursuing Conservation Tillage Farmers–IP282 (online only)(en Español) 7 a.m. to Systems for Organic Crop www.attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/asian_soy7 p.m. Central Time, Production–IP183 _rust.htmlMonday throughFriday, or visit our This brief look at conservation tillage for organic cropping systems focuses Organic Control of White Mold onWeb site at:www.attra.ncat.org on annua l cropping systems for Soybeans–IP133 field crops and vegetables. Downy Mildew Control in Sources of Organic Fertilizers and Cucurbits–CT111 Amendments–RL044 (online only) Notes on Compost Teas–IP118 This database allows users to search for suppliers of organic fertilizer by Use of Baking Soda as a state, product category or keyword. Fungicide–IP130 www.attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/org_ fert Organic Alternatives for Late Blight Manures for Organic Crop Control in Potatoes–IP131 Production–IP127 This publication addresses the chal- Insect pest management lenges of raw and composted manures Bug Vacuums for Organic Crop including produce quality concerns, pol- lution and fertility imbalances in relation Protection–IP194 to the National Organic Program. Colorado Potato Beetle: Organic Control Options–CT107 Arsenic in Poultry Litter: Organic Regulations–IP266 Cucumber Beetles: Organic This publication discusses the potential and Biorational Integrated Pest for arsenic in poultry litter, which is often Management–IP212Page 10 ATTRA Guide to ATTRA’s Organic Publications
  • Greenhouse IPM: Sustainable Other organic pestAphid Control–IP149 management topicsGreenhouse IPM: Sustainable Deer Control Options–CT131Thrips Control–IP148 This publication details several deerGreenhouse IPM: Sustainable control strategies including fencingWhitefly Control–IP168 techniques, scare devices, repellants and culling.Kaolin Clay for Managementof Glassy-winged Sharpshooters Farmscaping to Enhance Biologicalin Grapes–IP175 Control–CT065Insect IPM in Apples— This publication contains information aboutKaolin Clay–IP176 increasing and managing biodiversity on a farm to favor beneficial organisms, withFlea Beetle: Organic Control emphasis on beneficial insects.Options–CT114Squash Bug and Squash Vine Borer: Biointensive Integrated PestOrganic Controls–IP298 Management (IPM)–IP049 Targeted to individuals interested inWeed pest management agriculture at all levels, this publication provides the rationale for biointensiveFlame Weeding for Vegetable IPM, outlining concepts and tools,Crops–CT165 with suggested steps and informational resources for implementing IPM.Flame Weeding for AgronomicCrops–CT157 Integrated Pest Management for Greenhouse Crops–IP144 This publication provides information about IPM for both vegetable and ornamental greenhouse crops, including monitoring, sanitation, biological controls, biorational controls, insect growth regulators and disease control strategies. Organic Integrated Pest Management Pictorial Field Guide – in English and Spanish (Guía de Campo Sobre el Manejo Integrado de Plagas Organico)–SP257 (online and on CD only) This pictorial guide examines concepts of organic IPM and the role of beneficials, focusing on ecologically based strategies to prevent pests.www.attra.ncat.org ATTRA Page 11
  • Sources of “Spraying Prohibited” Signs for Organic Farms–RL035 Manufactured signs are cost-effective and available from several suppliers whose products and prices are listed. Publicaciones en Español/ Spanish publications Escarabajos del Pepino: Manejo Integrado de Plagas–MIP OrgánicoT o view and y Bioracional–SP212 download the (Cucumber Beet les: Organic and publications Biorational Integrated Pest Management)in this guide (exceptthose labeled print La Certificación Para Granjasonly), visit the Organicfarming section of Orgánicas y el Programa Orgánicothe ATTRA Web site at Nacional–SP264www.attra.ncat.org/ (Organic Certification and the National El Proceso de la Certificaciónorganic.html. For a Organic Program) Orgánica–SP262free print copy of anyof these publications (The Organic Certification Process)or to speak with a Fresas Orgánicas y Opciones Para Elspecialist, call Manejo Integrado De Plagas–SP246 Cómo Prepararse para la Inspección1-800-346-9140 ( St rawberr ies: Organic and IPM Orgánica–SP261(English), 7 a.m. to 7 Options)p.m. Central Time or (Preparing for an Organic Inspection)1-800-411-3222(Español), 8 a.m. to Las Crónicas Orgánicas No. 1:5 p.m. Pacific Time, No Tenga Pánico VuélvaseMonday-Friday. Orgánico–SP310 (The Organic Chronicles No.1 ) Guide to ATTRA’s Organic Publications Producción Orgánica de Lechugas de Especialidad y Verduras Para © 2006 NCAT. Updated 2009 Ensalada–SP260 Holly Michels, Editor ( Speci a lt y L et t uce a nd Greens : Amy Smith, Production Organic Production) This publication is available on the Web at: www.attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/organicpubs.html Guía de Campo Sobre el Manejo or www.attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/organicpubs.pdf Integrado de Plagas Orgánico SP257 (online and CD only) AT005 Slot 352 (Organic Integrated Pest Management Version 092909 Pictorial Field Guide)Page 12 ATTRA