1. Innovative sowing, cultivation, and rotation strategies to address weed, fertility, and disease challenges in organic food and feed grains
  2. A modular curriculum to teach critical concepts in organic agriculture across regions
  3. Farmer-Designed Systems to Reduce Tillage in Organic Vegetables
  4. Ecologically based weed management in a changing climate

Recently Completed

  • Balancing economy and ecology: A systems comparison of leading organic weed management strategies
  • Development of a prototype weed management model and associated decision-aid

The Archives

  • Fall Flame Weeding: Targeting weed seeds before they enter the seedbank
  • Enhancing farmers’ capacity to produce high quality organic bread wheat
  • Improving Weed Control on the Small Farm: Evaluation of Scale-Appropriate Cultivation Tools
  • eOrganic: the National Online Information, Training and Networking System for Organic Agriculture
  • Evaluation of Scale-Appropriate Weed Control Tools for the Small Farm
  • Simulating ecologically-based weed management in diversified cropping systems
  • Managing weed seed rain: a new paradigm for organic and low input farmers
  • Reducing Off-farm Grain Inputs on Northeast Organic Dairy Farms
  • Automated Video Tracking Equipment for Behavioral Studies of Invertebrate Weed Seed Predators
  • Hybrid Mulching Effects on Vegetable Crop Productivity, Weed Dynamics, and Soil Quality
  • Threshold-Based Cover Cropping Strategies for Weed Management
  • Spatial Characterization of the Weed Seed Bank of a 14.4 Acre Field in Aroostook
  • Diversity and Intensity of Cover Crop Systems to Manage the Weed Seed Bank