Statistics on Organic Agriculture
Global Ag Statistics
Organic horticulture expands globally
Granatstein, D., Kirby, E., Willer, H. 2010. Chronica Hort. December 2010. 50(4):31-38.
Current world status of organic temperate fruits
Granatstein, D., Kirby, E., Willer, H. 2010. Acta Hort. 873:19-36.
Current Status of Global Organic Temperate Fruit
Presentation given at the International Organic Fruit Conference in Vignola, Italy, June 19-17, 2008. Co-sponsored by ISHS and IFOAM. The presentation covers consumer market trends, fruit production trends, and economics. The conference included over 40 presentations on plant protection, plant nutrition and soils, post harvest, and economics. These will be published in Acta Horticulturae in the next year.
Organic Tree Fruit Production Continues to Expand - September 2003
Article in Sustaining the Pacific Northwest Newsletter
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World of Organic Agriculture
Annual yearbook of international statistics on organic agriculture from FiBL/IFOAM.
Mexico Organic Market Study
May 2009. A study commissioned by Canada to evaluate export potential for organic products in Mexico.
Argentina Organic Sector
March 2009. A report from SENASA on Argentina organic production and exports for 2008.
Global Agriculture Information Network
(GAIN). USDA Foreign Agricultural Service provides numerous reports on specific agricultural activities in many foreign countries and has been looking at the organic sectors as well.
International Trade Centre (ITC)
The ITC, based in Geneva, Switzerland, has been conducting various analyses of organic production and markets in different countries around the world.
UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
FAO has a dedicated organic agriculture program.