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  • Status of organic tree fruit in Washington state 

    Kirby, Elizabeth; Granatstein, David (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2012)
    The data presented in this report are intended to provide a reference for those trying to understand the historical trends for organic tree fruit production in the state of Washington. The discussion focuses exclusively ...
  • The need for a soil quality index: local and regional perspectives 

    Granatstein, David; Bezdicek, D. F. (American Journal of Alternative Agriculture, 1992)
    Our knowledge of soil is based primarily on quantitative analysis of isolated physical, chemical, and biological properties. However, the interaction of these quantitative aspects determines soil quality. Integrative tools ...
  • Trends and economics of Washington state organic blueberry production 

    Brady, Michael; Kirby, Elizabeth; Granatstein, David (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2015-04)
    Washington State is the leading producer of organic blueberries in the U.S. In this publication, prospective and current growers will find recent data on acreage, production, and value to help them assess entry into, or ...
  • Trends and economics of Washington state organic vegetable production 

    Granatstein, David; Kirby, Elizabeth; Brady, Michael (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2015-09)
    Washington State is a leading producer of organic vegetables in the U.S. -- specifically for sweet corn, green peas, snap beans, potatoes, onions, and carrots. In this publication, prospective and current growers will find ...
  • Trends in organic tree fruit production in Washington State, 1988-1998 

    Granatstein, David (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2000-12)
  • Trends in Washington state organic agriculture 

    Kirby, Elizabeth; Granatstein, David (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2009)
    This summary presents highlights from the 2008 "Profile of Organic Crops in Washington State" which provides an estimate of certified organic crop acre - age. The full report, compiled by the Washington State University ...
  • Trends in Washington state organic agriculture 2004-2011 

    Kirby, Elizabeth; Granatstein, David (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2013-02)
    Organic agriculture expanded rapidly in Washington state from 2004-2009 due to growing consumer demand. The recession years slowed growth nationally and this was reflected in a decline in acreage in the state. While overall ...
  • Trends in Washington state organic berry production, acreage, and crop value 

    Kirby, Elizabeth; Brady, Michael; Granatstein, David (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2014-12)
    Washington State is a national leader in organic berry production. This fact sheet summarizes recent acreage, production, and value of certified organic raspberries, strawberries, and blackberries in Washington, and provides ...
  • Working paper: The economic value of biochar in crop production and carbon sequestration 

    Galinato, S.; Yoder, J.; Granatstein, David (2010)
    This paper estimates the economic value of biochar application on agricultural cropland for carbon sequestration and its soil amendment properties. In particular, we consider the carbon emissions avoided when biochar is ...