Good Agricultural Practices, or GAPs, are a set of guidlines and standards that are put in place for the safety and well-being of consumers of produce. GAPs are generally used for large scale agriculture. However, there are guidlines for home and small-scale growing.


GAPs for WaterEdit

GAPs for Soil and CompostEdit

GAP Hygiene and SanitationEdit

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