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Do you need organic seed?

publication date: Feb 1, 2004
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Many growers have expressed uncertainty about when organic seed is considered to be commercially unavailable. Here is an explanation from Pennsylvania Certified Organic (PCO), printed in its winter newsletter. Other certification agencies may have their own responses, so you should call the agency you want to have certify your farm before making a final decision on whether you can comply with the organic seed provision of the law.



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