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Organic farming
Natto 3 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 02 September 2009 13:18
Natto 3 is a natto soybean cultivar jointly developed at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada's Eastern Cereal and Research Centre, Ottawa, Ontario, and Greenhouse and Processing Crops Research Centre, Harrow, Ontario. It is intended for production in the 3200 to 3400 crop heat unit (CHU) areas of southern Canada. It is being released as the first publicly developed natto soybean cultivar for the 3200 to 3400 CHU areas of Canada. Natto 3 has a determinate stem termination type, purple flowers, purple hypocotyls, grey pubescence, and tan pods. The seeds are dull yellow with yellow hila.

Agronomic information:
•    Days to maturity: 121
•    Protein content: 401 g/kg–1
•    Oil content: 192 g/kg–1
•    Height: 76 cm
•    Natto 3 has moderate field tolerance to phytophthora root rot: 21% plant loss


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True or false PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 27 May 2009 06:56

Organic breakfast As you find out more about organic farming it can be quite common to come across doubtful or conflicting information. You might have read or heard some of the statements below and wondered whether they were fact or fiction. Read on to find out the answers.

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On the market PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 27 May 2009 06:53

A farmer’s family at the market Organic produce comes in a wide variety of forms; from fresh fruits and vegetables delivered straight from the farm, to wines and cheeses refined over a number of years. And the distribution of organic products to consumers occurs through a similarly diverse range of ways.

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Imported organic food PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 27 May 2009 06:52

Imported mangos from organic farming As with any food, the organic produce you consume is often sourced from a different region or country to yours, and may come from outside the EU altogether. While organic farmers and the organic processing sector generally prefer to market and sell their products as close to the point of production as possible, climatic and geographic conditions mean, some products simply cannot be produced in certain EU regions.

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Organic food PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 27 May 2009 06:49

Selection of organic foodOnce organic produce leaves the farm, it may pass through several stages before it reaches your plate. But each of these stages will involve the same degree of care, professionalism and adherence to organic regulations as is required by organic farmers, in order to ensure the end product is wholly authentic and worthy of your consumption.

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What is organic farming? PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 27 May 2009 06:46

A bundle of carrotsPut simply, organic farming is an agricultural system that seeks to provide you, the consumer, with fresh, tasty and authentic food while respecting natural life-cycle systems.

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