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Systems Approach to Nursery Certification (SANC)

File NCDA&CS 2007 Imported Fire Ant Treatment Manual
Everything you need to know about treating and being compliant for IFA in all aspects of nursery production, e.g. field, container, ball and burlap, topical, incorporation, and drench. Visit http://www.ncagr.gov/plantindustry/plant/entomology/IFA.htm for more information about the IFA program in North Carolina
File Framework for a Systems Approach to Nursery Certification National Plant Board 2012
Framework for a Systems Approach to Nursery Certification. National Plant Board 2012. W.N. Dixon, M.E. Cooper, A. Posadas, G. Friisoe, C. P. Schulze, G. Haun, K. Rauscher. Lays out the argument for using this technique to be proactive in managing pests rather than reactive, which is the model used currently for nursery inspection.
File Posadas 2013. Systems Approach to Nursery Certification (SANC) 159116
A .pdf of a powerpoint presentation that does a great job of explaining both the reasoning and application of the SANC system. This Framework for SANC is based on a HACCP-type approach and reduced to a Critical Control Point System (CCPS). Aurelio Posadas, NPB.
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This project received support from the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services as part of the Specialty Crops Block Grant Program.

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