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USDA Organic Does Not Mean NO PESTICIDES

USDA Organic Does Not Mean NO PESTICIDES… Foods labeled with the USDA Certified Organic logo, doesn’t mean there was never any pesticides used while growing the product. In fact, the USDA has a list of approved pesticides that organic farmers may...

Pesticides: Despite ‘demonization,’ organic farmers widely use them

(Here's an interesting article on pesticide use in organic farming; reposted here by permission of Genetic Literacy Project.) Pesticides: Despite demonization, organic farmers widely use them by Andrew Porterfield - Originally posted December 7, 2015 - Genetic Literacy Project One principal “advantage”...

Did you know?

Did You Know? Herbicides can aid soil conservation. The use of herbicides reduces the need for tilling, preventing soil erosion and water loss.

Did You Know? Yakima County has the most organic farms of any county in Washington?

Fact or Fiction?

Fiction: Organic farming means grown without pesticides.

Fact: The USDA approves a lengthy list of pesticides for organic farming. Take a look here.

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