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permits

This edition of Agronomy News includes articles on COVID-19, PPE shortages, essential worker permits, Syngenta settlement payments, spring weed control in pasture and hay, UME forage survey, Maryland sensitive crop locator, proactive management if herbicide-resistant...More info

Choice of business entity structure

Urban Ag home | Table of contents How you choose to structure your farm operation is an important risk management decision. But, choosing isn’t always easy. There are several types of business entities, each with its own pros and cons, and states have different requirements for different business...

Food safety laws for processed, “cottage,” or value-added foods

Urban Ag home | Table of contents There is no comprehensive set of guidelines to determine whether a product is “value-added.” The term, however, generally refers to raw products that have had their value enhanced through some method of production (e.g., popped corn, jam, salsa) or marketing (e.g...
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