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Growing Potatoes Organically: From Market…

Growing Potatoes Organically: From Market Garden to Field Crop

by Maureen Bostock

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0980898706, Mass Market Paperback)

Using a wide variety of proven and innovative practices, Canadian organic potato farmers are successful at producing high quality crops with impressive yields -- and doing it profitably. In Growing Potatoes Organically, Maureen Bostock profiles organic potato farmers across Canada and provides practical details of organic production methods and management strategies -- invaluable advice and experience to give producers the technical information you need to build soil fertility and plant vitality, and reduce weed, disease and pest pressures. Organic agriculture is now the fastest growing sector in agriculture and the most economically and environmentally viable solution for Canada's rural regions. The Canadian farmers profiled here are leading the way in securing the future of farming in Canada.

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