New Report: Purple Sprouting Broccoli 2014-2015 Trial Results

A new report from OSA that details variety trial results for purple sprouting broccoli grown in Oregon and Washington is now available. Purple sprouting broccoli is an ideal crop for winter food production in the Pacific Northwest, and is gaining popularity as a produce item distinct from traditional broccoli. Download the report here. 

  

 

Save the Date for the 8th Organic Seed Growers Conference

Mark your calendar fo the 8th Organic Seed Growers Conference to be held February 4 - 6, 2016 in Corvallis, Oregon. We are currently offering conference sponsorship opportunities. What is it all about? Here's what our participants' have to say about this one-of-a-kind gathering (video below or click here).

 

 

 

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“We know system diversity is one of the foundation stones to successful organic production and we have seen a demonstrated commitment from OSA to build that component of diversity relating to seed. I want to ensure my dollars to on-the-ground projects, a place where an emphasis to make an enduring difference is part of the mandate and where my dollars can be leveraged to build a stronger, healthier food system around the world.”

 

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Seed Broadcast
July 6, 2015
New Purple Sprouting Broccoli Variety Trial Report
Organic Seed Alliance (OSA) released a report today that details variety trial results for purple sprouting broccoli grown in Oregon and Washington. Purple sprouting broccoli is an ideal crop for winter...

June 24, 2015
Summer Newsletter: Is Purple the New Green?
It's hard to believe that summer is upon us. As you watch the growing season unfold, do me a favor and ask yourself a question: What do I wish I knew right now about seed production, plant breeding, or...