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CNG 101: All Videos Are Live!

By Suzannah Schneider, Communications Manager and Certification Coordinator

In early 2019, we announced a brand new video resource called CNG 101. CNG 101 is a series of lessons that cover the basics of meeting Certified Naturally Grown production standards for produce operations. Our educational videos are available online, on demand, and free of charge.
Today, we are proud to share that all eight CNG 101 videos are now live!
Click here to access CNG 101 training videos!

Our fresh trainings cover the following topics:

  • Soil Management
  • Weed Management
  • Vegetable Pest Management
  • Vegetable Disease Management
  • Seeds, Planting Stock, and Variety Selection
  • Environmental Protections and Preventing Contaminants
  • Crop Rotation
  • Cover Crops
    These lessons are excellent refreshers for farmers of all levels, and with each being only 15-40 minutes long, they won’t take too much time out of your busy day. You can watch any time, anywhere! You can even listen along in the field. We hope they are a reassuring resource you use all season long.
    Click here to access CNG 101 training videos!
    Below are screenshots of a few of the lessons to get a feel for what to expect. CNG 101 is designed to serve farmers at all levels, and we hope it is not only a robust review of basic principles, but a trove for fascinating and helpful farm facts.

Soil structure basics

Buffers make a difference

Did you know beet roots can reach nearly 10 feet into the soil?
Click here to access CNG 101 training videos!
To accompany these videos, our Certification Specialist Gareth Stacke has compiled an extensive list of readings and other resources. You’re invited to jump in at any point in your CNG 101 journey.
Click here to access CNG 101 Resources
Finally, don’t forget to share the CNG 101 signup page with any farmer friends who might be interested in these video lessons!

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