Original site in English

Regenerative and organic field crops

On larger acreage organic farms, field crop production is generally a major component. If there is a livestock component on the farm the field crops are generally meant to supply the feed. However crop production must be carried out in such a way that water quality, soil health, and human health are maintained and improved over time. Anything less will eventually diminish the economic as well as the environmental returns to the farm.

Major objectives of a sound field crop production system will include robust crop rotations, adequate fertility levels, and weed management at a level that ensures minimum impact on crop yields, all while being mindful of timing and the weather. In short, it is no longer business as usual. Thankfully, you don’t have to do it alone or reinvent the wheel. Marbleseed’s collection of resources is here to support you from seed to market.


Field crops are very site- and management-specific. Find resources to support the success your field crops with tools to help you build healthy soil, improve water quality, and skillfully plan for the season.

Pest, Disease, Fertility, and Weed Management

Get solutions to some of the biggest challenges in an organic field crop system.

Business, marketing, and labor management

Farms are businesses and every business needs these tools to succeed. Find what you need to support farm marketing, risk management, food safety, and employee management and retention.

Trainings and events

Connect and learn in community with other organic field crop farmers by attending farmer-led farming events and trainings.