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Organic Cherimoya = don't eat the seeds or skin=
The way I eat them: Ready when as soft as the palm of your hand with just a little give, I just cut in half and spoon out like a melon spitting out the seeds and discarding the skin. Some time I cool them in the fridge . how could some thing so sweet be so easy to eat.
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We have been in business since 1979.
An organic growers home page! It is growing like everything else around here!
These are some of the places i have been on the net.. make up your own mind .
Press The Barn Owl and learn more about this flying cat and how he can help the organic farmer.
Artificial Perches for RaptorsPress if you want the plans and instructions to build perches
SIGHTS & SOUNDS FROM THE RAPTOR CENTER where you will find pictures and calls of RaptorsThe Raptor Center
SOIL MICROORGANISMS AND HIGHER PLANTS by N. A. Krasil'nikov from the Academy of Sciences of the USSR Institute of Microbiology while there also check out the other papers at To The Holistic Agriculture Library.
Organic Food Boom: 10% of European Farms Will Be Organic by 2005
Edible Flowers This extensive list represents all varieties that are native, wild or are derived from natural selections
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO GARDEN ORGANICALLY?
Organic Foods Are Booming in Great Britain
Small farm resources Organics
Controlling weeds and pests Weeds
MetroFarm.comThe Electronic Magazine of Metropolitan Agriculture . check out the radio archives -
Farm Management Planning Guide Projected 2000 Organic Crop Budgets South Central North Dakota
The Organic Materials Review InstituteOMRI is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created to benefit the organic community and the general public.
This is a talk by Jan DietrickCat the Acres U.S.A. Eco-Ag Conference To play this .ra file you will need the RealAudio Player.The Dietrick Institute for Applied Insect Ecology A non-profit public benefit corporation since October 1996 headquartered in Ventura, CA. The Institute offers education and research programs that promote the use of biological pest management strategies based on maintaining, restoring or enhancing the diversity of organisms in soil and above-ground foodwebs. Sorry for the poor sound .
Also the CLIPS FROM THE ECO-FARM CONFRENCE -they will take a while to download but the sound is much improved
Notes from Farm Field Day #1Choosing Borders and Interplantings for Natural Control of Pests Plant them and they will come!
This was a great event:Soil Ecology SeminarA big thank you to Dr. Elaine Ingham (Oregon State University) told me it was ok to post Scientific Basis for Biological Farming and Natural Control of Soil Insects and Disease
SUPPLIERS OF BENEFICIAL ORGANISMS IN NORTH AMERICA
Mulch and Mulch-Related Information tryMULCH-BASED AGRICULTURE GROUPI
I also found a good link in the California Cherimoya Association Newsletter toUC Pest Management GuidelinesOver 15yr. of IPM knowledge from University of California at Davis,major pests with color photos,biologies,monitoring methods,and Some ORGANICALLY ACCEPTABLE METHODS and treatment strategies remember organic growers don't need any stinking herbicides or pesticides.
National Biological Control Institute USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
Newsletter International Organization for Biological Control
Using Weeds as Indicators of Turf Management and Environmental Conditions
Dr. Bargyla Rateaver a comprehensive archive of information and sources about the Organic Method of growing plants
You're a what??!! an Organic Gardener??!! Part 1
Lunar Agriculture or... Moon Planting
Alternative Agriculture News Back Issues From the Henry A. Wallace Institute for Alternative Agriculture.
Permaculture Research Institute
Danish organic English versions from the central Danish Organic web site
The Prince of Wales web sight
Organic Gardening and Farming The Environment lots of great links
PRODUCING TEXAS FRUITS AND NUTS ORGANICALLY
I think you would enjoy checking out Howard Garrett's web page at www.dirtdoctor.com Mr. Garrett has an Organic Gardening show on WBAP 820 am radio out of Dallas Texas.
Sustainable Farming ConnectionWhere farmers find and share information
Small Flock Series: Incubation of Poultry Jesse J. Lyons Department of Animal Sciences--Hatching eggs watching an egg turn into a baby chick is a learning experience for students of all ages as well as a practical way for you to start a small poultry flock.
market for organic food has now reached critical mass
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Farms by State
Organic Consumers Association
"Peaceful Valley Farm Supply - Tools & Supplies for Organic Farmers & Gardeners since 1976".
USDA Farmer Direct Marketing
The Organic Materials Review Institute
Natural Foods Merchandiser
Natural Life Mag---Organic Agriculture on the Rise Worldwide-
mycorrhizal information exchange site
The Mycorrhiza Project
ATTRALots of organic information at the Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas - it is here that you will find the national sustainable farming information center located at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.
OFRF Leads the WayTo foster the improvement and widespread adoption of organic farming practices.
BIODYNAMICS home page
CNN Organic Food News
Cherimoya CountryA Red tail Hawks eye view of Cherimoya Country
Mr. L. London has done a great job on this page you might want to try a web,Metalab and Permaculture online searchable database:PERMACULTURE Discussion Forum -+- your port of entry to an expanding global network of landtech pioneers -+- or a permaculture course etc. keep an eye on this one site
Check out what I was able to glean from Ifoam 96 from press releases and email .Now IFOAM has a web site atIFOAMThe INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF ORGANIC AGRICULTURE MOVEMENTS
Soil Quality First Direct Evidence Ethylene Biosynthesis Triggers Plant Defense Mechanisms
The Organic Trust Limited a registered and Department of Agriculture and Food approved body for the Inspection and Certification of organic producers and processors in Ireland
The Garden Spot
La'akea Permaculture Gardens
ORGANIC VALLEY / CROPP Cooperative
Digitalseed.General gardening information, planting schedule, a monthly garden guide and other inform
University of California - Small Farm Center
Sustainable Farming ConnectionWatch this site it is growing ,lot of good info and links
This is a flyer I got from the folks were I buy my bio-controls Ricon-Vitova I want to thank them for letting me print it in full as it is a good example of :Beneficals for biological pest control & sustainable avocado production
Bats on the Web"Bats are not blind, they're not rodents, and they won't get tangled in your hair. The truth is that bats are among the most gentle, beneficial, and necessary animals on earth. "Check out BCI
Could you please Let me know how you like it here or just say hi also if you have any information that may be of help to an organic farmer or see any good web pages the kind our readers would be interested in please send e-mail to email@example.comMail me as this will give me some idea as to if the homepage is being used and can help make it grow. Thank You : >
Rodale's Organic Gardening Online
Welcome to Organic Gardening Tips
Grow organicAdam Penenberg gives you a how-to guide.
CAFF Community Alliance with Family Farmers
Insects and Weeds This is where I store the good insect and weed links I have found on the World Wide Web
This is where I store the links to fruit sites on the net.
The Plant TrackerIt is the only database I know of that actually lists, and allows you to search by, the uses for a plant - whether it's edible, medicinal or used for something else you probably never suspected - like cleanser, wax, or baby diapers. also check out the PLANTS FOR A FUTUREA Resource and Information Centre for Edible and other useful plants
ECHO—Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization- access our resources and services for small farm tropical agriculture from around the globe.
I made a good friend of Vactav Petrik Sr. writer of Soil Processes. We became friends about 15 years. ago he was working in practical microbiology and I was an organic farmer. If you would like to see some quotes from his work press Understanding the SoilI have taken leaf samples and soil samples of my farm and farms around me and have proved to myself that organic farming works. I get my soil Microbes from Mr. Petrik.Sr.and for years have watched my soil get richer and richer.
Institute of Organic Agriculture Information about the Institute for Organic Agriculture (University Bonn, >Germany) can now be obtained via Internet: This home page at University of Bonn is in German , English Francais and Espanol.t
Organic Growers of Michigan
Earth's Best is a line of certified organic baby food that provides 100% pure and natural nutrition for infants-all grown without pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers.
[The Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association]
Canberra (Australia) Organic Grower's Society
SOW ORGANIC SEED COMPANY
The Seeds Of Change Web Page Seeds Of Change was founded in 1987 to foster plant life . bio-diversity. We do this by offering certified organic. open-pollinated seeds to the public. .
Suppliers of Organic, Non-GE*, or Heirloom (O-P*) Vegetable Seed Horticulture Resource List
If you don't see Noah's Ark organic produce at a store near you or can't get organic fruit where your live, you can call Diamond Organics. They carry my Cherimoyas, White Sapote, Avocados, Macadamia Nuts, and lemons along with other organic farmers fresh organically grown fruits, lettuces, greens, herbs and roots.To get Diamonds Organics Catalog you can Email them at : Organics@diamond organics.com. or call them toll free at 1-888-ORGANIC (674-2642) or visit their home page at Diamond Organics
Plants and Sustainable Agriculturewhere you will find other great newsletters . The Rodale Institute International Ag-sieve is one of the best things on the net. Check out volume 7 #1 Vermiculture .
Environmental Working Group (EWG) is a progressive not-for-profit, computer-powered environmental research organization that gives concerned citizens the information they need to protect their homes, communities and Planet Earth. The Environmental Working Group is a project of the Tides Foundation, a California Public Benefit Corporation based in San Francisco that provides administrative and program support services to nonprofit programs and projects.
Again, thanks for visiting the don't panic eat organic home page . We hope to see you here again soon.