Organic Seed Alliance (OSA) is a proud partner in the Organic Variety Trial Database — the only searchable site of its kind that includes hundreds of organic variety trial results from across the country. The Organic Variety Trial Database is an excellent tool in sharing results of organic variety trials with farmers, gardeners, and researchers across the country.
We invite submissions of scientific trial reports conducted in organic systems to include. The trials should be replicated and be evaluated using documented methods.
This database was created as part of the Northern Organic Vegetable Improvement Collaborative (NOVIC) project, as USDA-NIFA funded project including Organic Seed Alliance, Washington State University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Oregon State University, Cornell University, and USDA-ARS. Now in its fourth year, the Organic Variety Trail Database includes results from the NOVIC project and hundreds of other trials from around the country.
If you have trial results to share and are interested in participating in the Organic Variety Trial Database, please contact OSA’s Jared Zystro.