Elizabeth A. Bihn, Ph.D., Michele A. Schermann, R.N., M.S., Annette L. Wszelaki, Ph.D.,
Gretchen L. Wall, M.S., and Susannah K. Amundson, M.S.
With limited time, money, and available labor, produce farms must learn how to prioritize which practices to use on their farm to reduce food safety risks as well as achieve business goals. These Decision Trees were created to help you prioritize your farm food safety practices and begin to build your own farm food safety plan.
These Decision Trees are intended to:
This 186-page product comes shrink-wrapped and 3-hole drilled for insertion into a 3-ring binder (binder not included).
IMPORTANT NOTE: These Decision Trees do not incorporate the final FSMA Produce Safety Rule requirements published in the Federal Register November 27, 2015. Using this tool will not allow the grower to assess compliance with the FSMA Produce Safety Rule. Updates to the Decision Trees are anticipated in 2017.