Organic No-Till Farming

Kathleen Delate, Professor, Depts. of Agronomy and Horticulture, Iowa State University, explains the process of No-Till farming.

Organic No-Till Corn Field Day

This video showcases the Organic No-Till Project in Iowa, funded by the USDA-NRCS Conservation Innovation Grant program.

Steps to Organic Certification

Organic Certification doesn’t have to be daunting. Explore the five key steps in the organic certification process.

Recordkeeping for Organic Certification

Keeping accurate records is crucial for any business. Find out what types of records are required for organic certification and how they will be evaluated during the certification process.

Preventative Practices

Managing weed, insect and disease pests on an organic farm requires addressing potential problems before they arise. Learn more about preventative practices and their role in the organic certification process.

Preventative Practices for Organic Handlers

Organic handlers are operations that process, package or sell organic products. They are required to prevent mixing organic and non-organic ingredients. Learn about preventative practices to meet this requirement in this short video.