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Land Use References

  1. FSMA, Produce Safety Rule. 21 CFR § 112.131. 2015.
  2. FSMA, Produce Safety Rule. 21 CFR § 112.52. 2015.
  3. Western Growers: Commodity Specific Food Safety Guidelines. Western Growers; 2020. (Table 7: Crop Land and Water Source, Adjacent Land Use). 
  4. Beuchat LR. Vectors and conditions for preharvest contamination of fruits and vegetables with pathogens capable of causing enteric diseases. Br Food J. 2006;108(1):38–53.
  5. FSMA, Produce Safety Rule. 21 CFR § 112.83. 2015.
  6. FSMA, Produce Safety Rule. 21 CFR § 112.112. 2015.
  7. FDA Guidance for Industry: Evaluating the Safety of Flood-affected Food Crops for Human Consumption. United States Food and Drug Administration.
  8. Kudva IT, Blanch K, Hovde CJ. Analysis of Escherichia coli O157:H7 Survival in Ovine or Bovine Manure and Manure Slurry. Appl Environ Microbiol. 1998;64(9):3166–74.
  9. Islam M, Morgan J, Doyle MP, et al. Persistence of Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhimurium on Lettuce and Parsley and in Soils on Which They were Grown in Fields Treated with Contaminated Manure Composts or Irrigation Water. Foodborne Pathog Dis. 2004;1(1):27–35.
  10. Berry E, Wells J. Soil solarization reduces Escherichia coli O157:H7 and total Escherichia coli on cattle feedlot pen surfaces. J Food Prot. 75(1):7–13.
  11. Hoar B, Carlton L, Celis J, Carabez J, Nguyen T. Buffers between grazing sheep and leafy crops augment food safety. Calif Agric. 2013;67(2):104–9.
  12. FSMA, Produce Safety Rule. 21 CFR. Sect. 112.42. 2015.