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NC Organic No-till
Corn Trials

New factsheet on the preliminary research on evaluating starter fertility sources in organic no-till corn production. [fsg factsheet='evaluating-starter-fertilizer-sources-in-organic-no-till-corn-production']

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NC Organic No-till
Corn Trials

New factsheet on the preliminary research on evaluating starter fertility sources in organic no-till corn production. [fsg factsheet='evaluating-starter-fertilizer-sources-in-organic-no-till-corn-production']

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NC Grains for Brewing
and Distilling: FAQ sheets

Because of the growing interest of NC brewers, maltsters, and distillers to use NC-grown grain, we have put together a factsheet covering two aspects of the market:  one for brewers, maltsters, and distillers, and one for farmers.  However, the information in these should answer some of the basic questions for each of the groups.  Please feel free to contact us with more questions. [fsg factsheet='nc-grains-for-brewing-and-distilling-faq']

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2011-2014 organic
wheat OVT results

Results from 2011-2014 organic wheat OVT's are now available. Click here for a pdf.

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Current Soybean Insect Thesholds popular

I’ve been getting a lot of questions on soybean insect thresholds.  You can always find them on the soybean portal here, but this article will also list them.  Note that our stink bug MORE » – from   Soybeans

Two new factsheets!

Two new factsheets are available now:  1.  NC Grain for Malting, Brewing, and Distilling: FAQ; 2.  Evaluating Starter Fertilizer in Organic No-till Corn You can find each from the following MORE »

Follow us on Twitter

You can now get updates on events and news from the NC Organic Grain Program at NC State University on Twitter.  Follow us MORE »

NC Organic Cost Share Program

North Carolina is now accepting applications for the Organic Certification Cost share program. Growers, Handlers and Processors will be reimbursed 75%, up to $750, the cost of obtaining organic certification. Expenses must have MORE »

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Organic OVT results for wheat 2011-2014

The results of the 2013-2014 organic wheat OVT trials have been analyzed and have been complied with results since 2011-2012 and are available on our website. Click here for the pdf MORE »

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