An easy-to-read COVID-19 safety guide to assist farm owners and operators in keeping guests to their farms safe and healthy. Arkansas farms are targeted, but the safety concepts can apply to farms around the country.
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Illustrated topical cards covering key concepts in the Produce Safety Rule
Illustrated training manual suitable to meet training requirements for PSR Part C (§112.22(b)), in Spanish.
Illustrated training manual suitable to meet training requirements for PSR Part C (§112.22(a)), in Spanish.
Illustrated training manual suitable for training required by PSR Part C (§112.22(a))
Illustrated manual suitable to meet PSR Part C personnel training requirements (§112.22(b))
Set of topical cards covering Produce Safety Rule key concepts, in Spanish.
This web page hosted by the IFS@CU has a list of online resources for cleaning, sanitizing and hygienic design for produce farms and packinghouses.
Connie Landis Fisk, PhD is a former Extension Educator using her background in horticulture and food science to help the Washington produce industry understand and comply with the FSMA Produce Safety Rule. She can be found on Twitter @connie_fisk.
Water is the basis of all life on Earth. Treating and managing water in a sustainable and integrated way helps maintain water quantity and quality for a variety of uses, including agriculture. To help farmers produce food for growing populations, scientists are working on new techniques for water reuse and exploring nontraditional irrigation water sources.