From COG Practical Skills Handbooks series:
Record Keeping for Organic Growers
By: Kristine Swaren and Rowena Hopkins
Our aim with this Practical Skills handbook is to reduce the barriers and anxiety associated with record keeping for organic certification. Whether you choose to certify or not, the record keeping described here will help you transition more easily to organic production methoods. Good record keeping also facilitates farm planning and evaluation —which in turn helps to improve your bottom line.
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