2019 Organic Agriculture Research Forum
Proceedings from the 2019 Organic Agriculture Research Forum are now available. This day-long event held on February 16th in Portland Oregon, featured innovative presentations from researchers across all disciplines related to organic farming and food systems.
Presentations from the 2019 Organic Agriculture Research Forum were recorded by eOrganic and are also available.
View the presentations here.
- Enhancing the Utility of Grafting in US Vegetable Production with Matthew Kleinhenz of the Ohio State University
- Northern Organic Vegetable Improvement Collaborative with Jim Myers of Oregon State University
- Organic Strawberry Production in Oregon with Javier Fernandez-Salvador of the Organic Agriculture Research Forum
- Impact of Cultivar Selection on Mycorrhizal Fungi, Biomass and Yield in Organic Carrots with Erin Silva of the University of Wisconsin
- Multi-Use Naked Barley for Organic Farming Systems with Brigid Meints of Oregon State University
- Breeding of Tomato for Insect and Spider Mite Resistance with John Snyder of the University of Kentucky
- Efficient Methods to Develop New Sweet Corn Cultivars for Organic Systems with Jared Zystro of the Organic Seed Alliance and the University of Wisconsin
- The Real Impact of Organic Agriculture on Climate Change: Adjusting LCA Data with Jessica Shade of the Organic Center
- Tillage Radish and Winter Hardy Cover Crops with Emily Evans of the University of Minnesota
- Optimizing Organic Cover Crop-Based Rotational Tillage Systems for Early Soybean Grow with Lea Veerecke of the University of Wisconsin
- Organic Soil Health Practices for Climate Mitigation and Farm Resilience with Lauren Snyder of the Organic Farming Research Foundation
- Corn Earworm Management: A Survey of Organic Sweet Corn Growers with Bill Tracy of the University of Wisconsin
- A Phenomenological Inquiry into Producers’ Experiences Growing Organic Produce with Amanda Marabesi of the University of Georgia
- Is Organic Farming Risky? The Mysterious Case of Lost Ratios with Jeff Schahczenski of the National Center for Appropriate Technology
- Practical Conservation Tillage for Western Region Organic Cropping Systems with Mark Schonbeck of Organic Farming Research Foundation