You probably don’t want to know how to tell the difference between organic and conventional farming.
That’s because, well, you don’t really want to.
But the USDA has decided to do a series of tests, and you may have some questions.
The tests are scheduled to run through December.
So if you live in California, the tests will be run in the next few weeks.
It’s a bit of a shock, but it’s also good news for organic farmers and farmers who want to grow crops without genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
But what exactly is going on?
Organic farming is all about using organic and non-GMO methods to raise and sell crops.
It involves using soil and compost to keep weeds, pests and diseases at bay, and it also involves using fertilizers, pesticide residues, herbicides and fungicides.
The USDA tests the organic soil to find out if it’s grown with GMOs, and if so, how.
They also test the soil for pesticides and other toxins, to make sure they are safe to eat.
So you may not have been aware of the risks associated with organic farming, but you may still want to get a feel for what organic farming entails.
You can get a better idea by reading this primer from the USDA.
Organic farming, as it is called, is one of the most popular forms of agriculture in the United States.
In 2016, the U.S. consumed $3.9 trillion worth of organic foods.
That amount of food is produced almost exclusively by small family farms.
About 80% of those farms are in California.
There are roughly 5,000 organic farms operating in the U, and they are growing organic crops at an average of more than 1,000 acres per year.
Organic farmers use a variety of methods to help keep weeds and pests at bay.
The most popular method is by using compost, which is a mix of plants, minerals and other substances.
It is used to create compost for soil, and the soil is often made up of soil and plants that have been fertilized.
But compost isn’t the only way organic farming works.
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says it can use various types of pesticides and herbicides to help control weeds and bugs.
And organic farming also uses organic fertilizer, and that can include nitrogen and phosphorous.
But most of these methods are used in conjunction with other chemicals.
Some of the chemicals that are used to control weeds, like glyphosate and diazinon, have been banned from use in the agricultural sector, and other chemicals can also be toxic to plants.
That means the organic farmers are using chemicals that don’t belong in your garden.
If you live near a state that has laws against organic farming or organic fertilizers (like Wisconsin, for example), the testing will probably not be as extensive.
But if you are in that state, the USDA will be testing your soil and looking for any of these pesticides or other chemicals that the organic farmer is using.
If those chemicals are linked to cancer, birth defects or other health problems, the organic farming can be shuttered.
If they’re linked to pesticide residue or other problems, it could be shuttering the organic farm, too.
If organic farming isn’t organic enough to be closed down, the government will investigate the organic organic farm and shut it down.
The testing will take place on a weekly basis, and at least one test will be conducted on the day the results come back.
If the results are negative, the test is deemed successful.
If there is evidence of a problem with a pesticide, the testing can also help the USDA decide whether to shut down the farm or not.
But there is one thing the USDA doesn’t test for, and is unlikely to test: pesticides that are already in the soil.
They have to test organic farms for those, too, but the USDA is not allowed to test for them.
That is because the USDA tests for other chemicals in organic farming.
So while the USDA can’t test organic farmers for pesticides, it can test the amount of pesticides in organic farm fields and test for other substances in organic farms.
So for example, the amount that the USDA tested for last week in the organic field in the state of North Dakota was less than 10%.
It was only because of that, that the testing didn’t result in any problems for the organic farms, and so they are not closed down.
But as far as the testing goes, it will probably be a little more rigorous than it is in the conventional farming world.
The organic farmers will be able to sell their products without using any of the pesticides or herbicides that the conventional farmers use, and there will be no restrictions on their use of pesticides or the herbicides they use.
This is important for organic farming because it will allow farmers to sell more organic products to consumers without going through the same problems.