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1. Post-directed application of a potential organic herbicide for bell peppers (id:50127)

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2. Characteristics, costs, and issues for organic dairy farming (id:36557)

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3. Characteristics, costs, and issues for organic dairy farming (id:35889)

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4. Management of Seed Corn Maggot for Organic Snap Bean Production (id:IND44207407)

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5. Exploring the organic option (id:47263)

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6. Organic production and handling standards (id:46194)

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7. Root rot resistant snap beans adapted to organic production (id:IND43940900)

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8. Retail and consumer aspects of the organic milk market (id:41255)

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9. On-farm dry bean breeding for high- and low-input conventional and organic farming systems (id:IND43805404)

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10. Organic poultry and eggs capture high price premiums and growing share of specialty markets (id:41260)

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11. Organic production evaluation of snap bean (cv UEL-2) (id:IND43805591)

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12. Transition to organic cropping systems under risk (id:30348)

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13. Market-led versus government-facilitated growth : development of the U.S. and EU organic agricultural sectors (id:41247)

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14. Price premiums hold on as U.S. organic produce market expands (id:41261)

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15. Organic produce, price premiums, and eco-labeling in U.S. farmers' markets (id:38955)

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16. Monosaccharides and oligosaccharides content in dry beans measured by HPLC (id:IND43758324)

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17. Response of dry bean cultivars and landraces to seven cropping systems in Southern Idaho (id:IND43758365)

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18. Ca, K, Fe, P and Na content in different varietal types of dry bean using two growing systems: organic and conventional (id:IND43757210)

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19. U.S. organic farming in 2000-2001 : adoption of certified systems (id:38474)

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20. The influence of organic cultivation on productive components in dry bean (id:IND43757211)