Guide for Organic Apple Production
Berkett1, Renae E. Moran2 , M. Elena Garcia3,
Heather M. Darby1, Robert L. Parsons1, Terence L.
Bradshaw1, Sarah L. Kingsley-Richards1, and Morgan
of Vermont, 2University of Maine, 3University of
Ground Cover Management
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-USDA Organic Agriculture Research and Extension Initiative
-University of Vermont
-University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension
-University of Maine Cooperative Extension
-NIFA Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Program
-Vermont Tree Fruit Growers' Association
It is the grower's responsibility to ensure that any crop production practice
or material used in the orchard is acceptable in their particular states
organic certification program. Some materials deemed organically acceptable
on the National List may not be acceptable in some states. Contact your
federally accredited certifying agency
to know what is acceptable and to ensure compliance with regulations in
Where trade names or commercial products are used for identification,
no discrimination is intended and no endorsement is implied. Always read
the label before using any pesticide.
The label is the legal document for the product use. Disregard any information
in this guide if it is in conflict with the label.