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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

2012 XPO Welcomes Organic Produce Exhibitors !

Many Omemee area farmers practice eco-friendly farming,using organic principles.Canada's 2012 Fruit & Veg Tech X-Change features an organic category to educate both organic, and non-organic producers on the size and scope of the sector, and the exceptional products and services offered to support on-farm organic activities.

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Date: July 12 -14, 2012
Location: St. Williams, Ontario
This year the Canada's Fruit & Veg Tech X-Change will feature an organic category to educate both organic and non-organic producers on the size and scope of the sector, and the exceptional products and services offered to support on-farm organic activities.

The Organic Council of Ontario (OCO) and National Farmers Union (NFU) are supporting partners for the event and will be onsite to provide guidance to both existing and new organic producers.

Willsie Equipment will provide live demonstrations of their organic tillers and Underhill Farm Supply will exhibit a plot of radish root to showcase the application of natural soil aeration and organic matter regeneration.

A "Meet the Buyers - Broker Brunch" will take place on opening day, with a chance to meet organic buyers such as Whole Foods Market. Immediately following, the Organic Council of Ontario will be holding an informal seminar on farm transition to certified organic.

For more information please visit the website

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