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Boiteau, G.; Lynch, D.; Bertheleme, C. Assessing CPB control options and N fertility in organic potato production. http:/ / www.organicagcentre.ca/ DOCs/ cpb_controls_prelim.pdf 
Rodale Institute. Compost tea research enters its second year. http:/ / newfarm.rodaleinstitute.org/ depts/ NFfield_trials/ 0404/ tea.shtml 
Ryan, M.R. ,J.W. Travis,N. Halbrendt, D.O. Wilson and P.R. Hepperly Compost Tea: Disease suppression and crop stimulation in grapes, potatoes, and pumpkins. http:/ / fpath.cas.psu.edu/ RESEARCH/ SAREPoster.pdf 
  Growth inhibitory effect of extracts from Reynoutria sp. plants against Spodoptera littoralis larvae http:/ / www.scielo.org.mx/ scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1405-31952008000500009&lng=en&nrm=iso 
Miles, C. On-farm research and extension priorities for small farms. USDA. http:/ / www.nal.usda.gov/ afsic/ nsfc/ 2i2.htm 
Cornell University News Center. Organic farming produces same corn and soybean yields as conventional farms, but consumes less energy and no pesticides, study finds. http:/ / www.news.cornell.edu/ stories/ July05/ organic.farm.vs.other.ssl.html 

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