Growing and Produce

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Water Treatment

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Test Irrigation

Irrigation Water used within 21 days of harvest from surface water sources must be treated to eliminate Generic E. coli and suppress Total Coliforms (TC) to meet the new thresholds. This meets the newly released LGMA requirements for growing leafy greens and meets the Ag water rule for FSMA/PSA.

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Test Pesticide

Enhance your field food safety program by treating spray tank water. Kill harmful bacterial and fungal organisms to prevent cross contamination coming from spray tank. This is compliant with the FSMA/PSA Ag water rule for pesticide water treatment.

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Test Dust Abatement

Enhance your field food safety program by treating water used for dust abatement. Kill harmful bacterial and fungal organisms to prevent cross contamination coming from spray tank. This is compliant with the FSMA/PSA Ag water rule for pesticide water treatment.

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Equipment Sanitation

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Test Large Equipment

Food safety begins with equipment sanitation. Large machinery such as tractors, planters, etc. are cleansed with a cleaner/degreaser to remove organic matter and rinsed. After the initial wash, the equipment is pressure washed with a PAA sanitizer, allowing proper contact time. No rinse needed. Once the equipment is moved from one location to the other, it is sprayed with a power washer for cross-contamination mitigation.

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Test Hand-held Equipment

For smaller harvest tools (scissors, clippers, knives, etc.), a dip station is used throughout the harvest day. Sanitation at the dip station starts with a dip at the beginning of the day, at each break, lunch and at collection at the end of the day.

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Test Biosecurity

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