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Re: Edge of Field Monitoring

Aaron Weibe ·
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"Bridging the GAPS: Approaches to Treating Water On Farms" Curriculum Available as Flipping Book

Rose Hayden-Smith ·
“Bridging the GAPS: Approaches to Treating Water on Farms” - a curriculum designed to help producers understand and address the regulatory requirements for ag water treatment in the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) - has been reissued in a flipping book format by the Extension Foundation. Preventing foodborne illness and protecting public health are critically important to producers. Sanitary irrigation water is also mandated by the USDA; producers are required to monitor, treat, and...

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