Organic Farming. Making the Transition Cissy Bowman, CEO, Indiana Certified Organic. Bringing Land into Organic Production. What is organic transition/conversion? What do you need to do to get certified organic? Is organic right for you? Why go organic?. “Transition” means:.
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Making the Transition
Cissy Bowman, CEO, Indiana Certified Organic
Note: The use of raw manure and compost are restricted to certain conditions and methods.
Note: The use of these materials must not contribute to contamination of crops, soil, or water by plant nutrients, pathogenic organisms, heavy metals, or residues of prohibited substances.
Common reasons include:
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§ 205.102 Use of the term, "organic."
Any agricultural product that is sold, labeled, or represented as "100 percent organic," "organic," or "made with organic (specified ingredients or food group(s))" must be:
(a) Produced in accordance with the requirements specified in § 205.101 or §§ 205.202 through 205.207 or §§ 205.236 through 205.239 and all other applicable requirements of part 205; and
(b) Handled in accordance with the requirements specified in § 205.101 or §§ 205.270 through 205.272 and all other applicable requirements of this part 205.
Indiana Certified Organic