Organics

NOSB defers vote on organic certification for hydroponics amid confusion about ‘basically everything’

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Hydroponic and aquaponic farms can keep their organic status – at least for now – following the National Organic Standards Board’s decision April 21 to defer a vote on whether the systems are eligible for USDA certification.

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NOSB reconsiders the use of some non-organic substances

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Organic status of hydroponics back on the docket at NOSB

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