Production and Development of Nutraceuticals as Alternative Crops: Implications for Certification and Branding: Part 1
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Report of the development of guidelines for identifying and producing selected medicinal plants with high marker compounds; criteria to evaluate the suitability of the plants for commercial organic production; weed control protocols that do not involve use of herbicides; and quality control protocols for harvesting and storing medicinal plants. Implications for certification, branding and marketing of organic medicinal crops for growers and distributors were also discussed.
Tindal, D. Leslie
Dufault, Robert J.
Gangemi, J. David
Boyleston, Larry J.
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